GNOME on non-Linux platforms
Posted Jul 30, 2009 12:10 UTC (Thu) by erwbgy
In reply to: GNOME on non-Linux platforms
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I think Solid needs to be given a little more time to work before dismissing it. They have completed the basics and are now doing "polishing" so we should see soon whether or not the approach pays off.
I am not sure if KDE on Solaris is a priority at the moment, but KDE on Windows seems to be progressing nicely. Unlike GNOME they are targetting Windows as a platform rather than just somewhere to run applications which seems positive to me. When most normal users stop caring about what underlying operating system they are using, the "Year of the Linux Desktop" will be that much closer :-)
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