We will soon be at FC4 and system-config-packages will still fall short

mitch epling m_epling at comcast.net
Sun Mar 27 03:21:18 UTC 2005

  i love the gnome desktop but i use k3b and other kde applications . i
think they should all be interchangeable .
    as long as theres no windows on my computer you will never hear a
argument from me lol 

On Sat, 2005-03-26 at 22:15 -0500, Lamar Owen wrote:

> On Saturday 26 March 2005 00:17, Matthew Miller wrote:
> > On Fri, Mar 25, 2005 at 10:56:49AM -0500, Lamar Owen wrote:
> > > I don't use GNOME, so nautilus is irrelevant to me.  I like and use KDE
> > > and
> > Not if you're looking at it as an example of UI design.
> But that's the point.  I simply have not looked at it, and putting it up as a 
> design to look after it irrelevant to someone who doesn't use it.  The point 
> was simply that a gui frontend to a cli program can work OK, and k3b is a 
> good example.  Of course, maybe you prefer GNOME and don't want KDE on your 
> machine.  Well, that's certainly your choice.  But that also doesn't change 
> the fact that k3b makes nice use of growisofs and cdrecord, without being 
> clunky.
> To answer the later responses in the thread, first, it's not a religious 
> thing.  It's a simple preference, to which I'm entitled, as are you.  To the 
> second, thank you for calling me a kid.  Nice to be called younger than I 
> am.  :-). 
> After maintaining the PostgreSQL RPMs for five years I've seen religious 
> arguments, and this ain't one.  Gotta do better than that.
> -- 
> Lamar Owen
> Director of Information Technology
> Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute
> 1 PARI Drive
> Rosman, NC  28772
> (828)862-5554
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