Posted Apr 3, 2003 21:31 UTC (Thu) by Ross
Parent article: A discussion with Keith Packard
> One obvious first step is for X developers to start using
> modern applications; many key X developers wear the badge
> of 'twm' or 'fvwm' with pride.
What's wrong with those? I also do not like these "modern"
applications. I use tvtwm because it works the way I work.
X is nice because it lets people choose different environments.
That's why we can have GNOME and KDE. Telling people to use a
specific desktop because it is modern is not compatible with
The real problem is that they aren't letting new developers
who prefer KDE or GNOME to participate. They should have
a say just as the users/developers of the "old" interfaces.
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