In fact, I also merely use Vim/Emacs/Terminal developping in most time.These suggestions for Ubuntu desktop's development.Pitifully,so far, linux desktop users, geek & tech & programmer are the majority.
Maybe ...*Linux desktop market share still never *greater than 10% , *in the future.
Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 6:11 PM,*Tobia Tesan ha scritto:
Il 13/02/2012 10:47, Life Monad ha scritto
I**use all four, for different purpouses, of course.*You use all four??*GNOME,Unity,KDE,Xfce....XXXX
No. I'm not touching KDE with a 4-foot pole (sorry, KDE folks, you are doing a great job, but I'm just not a KDE guy
I also find GNOME2 "neither fish nor flesh" these days.
I run Oneiric+Unity on my "everyday" laptop (making it, among other advantages, girlfriend-compliant
and either Slackware+FVWM or Debian+WindowMaker on my decrepit laptop and/or on my EEEPC, when I need a distractions-free envinronment to run an Emacs session and maybe pine on an otherwise sluggish machine.
Debian is also my server OS of choice, Gentoo is for playing around
Makes perfect sense to me.
oh....different tools for different purposes*
Do you seriously think that I should attempt to run Unity on a S3 Virge and/or I should slap FVWM on my girlfriend's uber-specced MBP and teach her how to edit .fvwmrc?
Maybe,because linux desktop developers only have been *listening to those users who already are using linux and like it.*Maybe...
Oh, come one, Unity is a definite step in the opposite direction.
Everybody knows that real developers don't even use a DE, they do everything within an emacs session :P
But enough about me - seriously, if you don't like Ubuntu, why not just use Debian?
It basically IS Ubuntu minus the bits you don't like.
This fortune is encrypted -- get your decoder rings ready!
--ubuntu-desktop mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
ubuntu-desktop mailing list