Is Canonical against Kubuntu (2): the bug tracking disaster
Chan Chung Hang Christopher
christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk
Sun Apr 19 13:37:27 UTC 2009
> Thanks Dotan and Anton, I got it now. At least I think so.
> This indeed it a pity for the K(ubuntu) users. If this is correct,
> apparently, KDE users are not that important for Ubuntu. Are we so few?
It is not just there being few assigned to Kubuntu (are they any paid
developers from Canonical at all on Kubuntu?) but also even the KDE team
is suffering from a lack of man power...apparently many who worked on
KDE 3.x have moved on.
Whereas GNOME has some big names behind it (Redhat, Sun, blah, blah)
although that does not mean there are Ubuntu releases without BROKEN
GNOME tools like the network setup tool back in one of the 7.x releases.
Which seems to tell me that KDE is the way to go :-P. /me puts on
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