I recently read this Forbes article on XFCE being larger than KDE.
The article itself admits it isn't very scientific. And the little
scientist in me is screaming.
My biggest issue is that they used completely different distributions
to test each desktop.
Anyway, and idea for an Fedora article. Do a scientific comparison of
memory usage of the different desktops. Not just KDE, and XFCE, but
at least all the desktops we have "groups" for. Possibly even compare
all 40+ desktops we have.
Does that sound like something that would be good in the Fedora Magazine?