On 10/26/2009 12:53 PM, David C. Rankin wrote:
Honestly, I think it is KDE's programming framework that has caused most of the problems.
I disagree. The problems (at least from my perspective) stems from the KDE devs' decision to "start fresh" with all their apps in order to "simplify" them and/or apply their new philosophy/approach of desktop GUI design to them.
That decision resulted in them dumping loads of features from out of their apps - features that many KDE3 users liked and relied on. The result has been a less-useful and less-productive GUI.
So really more of a problem with fundamental design decisions, IMO, than with their programming framework.