sh at linux2go.dk
Thu Sep 14 13:34:18 BST 2006
On Wed, Sep 13, 2006 at 10:42:10PM -0300, Evandro Fernandes Giovanini wrote:
> > I disagree. Making things easier if you choose to use GNOME is fine,
> > but to force people to use GNOME to get access to nifty stuff like
> > compiz when there's a way to avoid that sort of lock-in is not ok.
> > Also, don't forget about Kubuntu and even Xubuntu.
> Kubuntu and Xubuntu can use their own plugins with different
> configuration systems, compiz was designed to work optimally with all
> desktops from the start.
As long as they can use their own backends (and hence are not forced to
use gconf), I'm just fine with it. I didn't know that they did. Forget
I said anything. :-)
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