[lug] [Fwd: NICHOLAS PETRELEY: "The Open Source" fromInfoWorld.com, Wednesday, March 21, 2001]
stimits at idcomm.com
Thu Mar 22 14:20:44 MST 2001
Ferdinand Schmid wrote:
> lpotter wrote:
> > >of catching up to do, and with so many people re-inventing the wheel (5 or 6
> > While I mostly agree with that opinion about KDE/QT, (I use QT to write apps),
> > I think that its fine to have 5 or 6 mail clients. The more the merrier, I
> > say. Geezz, if reinventing the wheel is a problem, we'd all be using pine,
> > and UDE. Choice is what makes linux a wonderful thing, for me. I find
> > myself flip-flopping between, kde, gnome, window maker, icewm, and
> > blackbox, depending on my mood, or what I need to get done.
> > Whatever happened to Enlightenment? I haven't heard much about it lately.
> It's still the default window manager for Gnome on RH distros. Enlightenment is
> still huge and slower than say sawmill but it offers more features. You still get
> what you pay for - even with cpu cycles.
I'm not positive, but I think the RH 7.1 beta default is sawmill.
> Ferdinand Schmid
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