Ubuntu beyond GTK apps?
nalimilan at club.fr
Fri May 16 09:39:54 UTC 2008
Le vendredi 16 mai 2008 à 11:26 +0200, Thomas Novin a écrit :
> On Fri, 2008-05-16 at 03:02 -0600, Conrad Knauer wrote:
> > Wouldn't it be interesting to take that a step further and have Ubuntu
> > represent the best Linux apps (e.g. K3B?), regardless of widget
> > dependency? If QGtkStyle (or such) could seamlessly integrate them
> > visually, I don't see why (beyond LiveCD size restrictions) that this
> > wouldn't be a good idea...
> That would be amazing. I think a pretty long list can be easily made of
> KDE-apps that are better than their Gnome equivalents.
> - Amarok > Rhythmbox
> - Konsole > Gnome Terminal
> - Kate > Gedit
> - Kdenlive > ???
Dear, just switch to KDE, you'll have a nice desktop environment that
will suit your applications. ;-)
Seriously, using some specialized Qt programs that have no good equivalent in GNOME is very important (Rosegarden, Scribus, KDenlive...), but for standard tools this would make no sense.
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