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Trinity Desktop Environment: Keeping KDE 3 alive

Trinity Desktop Environment: Keeping KDE 3 alive

Posted Nov 25, 2011 21:54 UTC (Fri) by jospoortvliet (subscriber, #33164)
In reply to: Trinity Desktop Environment: Keeping KDE 3 alive by mst@redhat.com
Parent article: Trinity Desktop Environment: Keeping KDE 3 alive

Not being able to do something is a feature? Sure, that's why most people still run DOS 1.0 - fewer features so it HAS to be better. It doesn't even run on modern computers so it's rock stable - nobody will ever experience a crash!


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Trinity Desktop Environment: Keeping KDE 3 alive

Posted Nov 27, 2011 21:19 UTC (Sun) by droundy (subscriber, #4559) [Link]

I think the advantage of not having folder views or activities lies in ease of use... while it's possible that activities are useful for something, I haven't discovered what.

Trinity Desktop Environment: Keeping KDE 3 alive

Posted Nov 28, 2011 2:42 UTC (Mon) by JoeF (subscriber, #4486) [Link]

It depends on what you want to do.
I am running Slackware 12.2 with KDE 3.5.10. My highly customized Slackware system does all I need it to do. There is simply no need for me to throw out my configuration just to use KDE4 (and spend considerable time to create a configuration that serves my needs.) I am likely going to install Trinity, to get the fixes and features they built in without the major surgery for an update to KDE4.


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