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Comment: KDE doesn't look professional enough (Score 1) 202

by garphik (#35028030) Attached to: KDE Software Compilation 4.6.0 Released
Gnome looks a bit more professional with the menu structures, icons and nautilus. With KDE it feels as though you have to do a lot more to get the same operations done. Couple of things I find annoying are the space utilization on the windows, they should try to maximize the window area and not shrink it with big icons and fonts, next... the file browser is not as good as nautilus.

Comment: Re:Considered a solved problem? (Score 1) 742

by garphik (#31893768) Attached to: Why Linux Is Not Attracting Young Developers
Spot on. I am aligned to this view point, OS pool seems to be full and they all do the same things, no innovation coming out from there means its a solved problem. Thus there will be less people attracted towards it trying to create a problem and then try to solve it. I also think the current study curriculum has hit a wall, until they have open ends there would be no new stuff in OSs.

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