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  • #21
    Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
    DanL Calm down would you?
    LOL you keep telling me to calm down when there's no indication I am "excited" in my post. (Do you see any caps lock or exclamation points?)
    And even if I'm not "calm", maybe that's because you write infuriatingly stupid shit and constantly derail topics (like this one)...

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    • #22
      Originally posted by EarthMind View Post
      I wonder why they use Gnome for their enterprise SUSE desktop and KDE for the openSUSE version. Their KDE implementation is great, so why they and other companies not using KDE in their commercial desktop versions?
      GNOME is simpler and so easier to support.

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      • #23
        144hz telling everyone to calm down reminds me of my favorite movie - The Big Lebowski.
        The Dude: Just take it easy, man.
        Walter: I'm perfectly calm, Dude.
        The Dude: Yeah? Wavin' the f'in' gun around?!
        Walter: Calmer than you are.
        The Dude: Will you just take it easy?
        Walter: Calmer than you are.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
          starshipeleven You know very well that SUSE got a desktop group working on the merger.
          It's not about desktop environments, it's about desktop general usecase.

          You know, "desktop" as in "not server".

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          • #25
            Originally posted by danl View Post
            lol you keep telling me to calm down when there's no indication i am "excited" in my post. (do you see any caps lock or exclamation points?)
            and even if i'm not "calm", maybe that's because you write infuriatingly stupid shit and constantly derail topics (like this one)...
            stop resisting!!!!!

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            • #26
              The reasons why SUSE uses Gnome, is because the enterprise versions often lengthen the support and KDE does not want to do it besides Lts, also in the enterprise environment the DE is irrelevant and in any case it is not provided with a Gnome Shell session, but a Gnome session similar to that used by Red Hat.
              It has already been explained many times to DE war soldiers that openSUSE tries to offer the best Gnome, the best KDE etc. will be the users to choose and at the moment it seems that KDE is the most popular. openSUSE has always had excellent KDE maintainers who do a great job, it is one of the few distributions that treats KDE as first-class DE, regardless of whether there is a check mark on KDE or anything else.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by EarthMind View Post
                I wonder why they use Gnome for their enterprise SUSE desktop and KDE for the openSUSE version. Their KDE implementation is great, so why they and other companies not using KDE in their commercial desktop versions?
                Not ture, there is no default DE on openSUSE.

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                • #28
                  I'm gonna need a 10 ft stick for this thread.

                  And dammit if that isn't the perfect 10 ft stick for discussing distribution defaults.

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
                    stop resisting!!!!!
                    Calm down!!!!!!!

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
                      starshipeleven You know very well that SUSE got a desktop group working on the merger. The discussions haven’t happened yet and that makes a lot of sense. 15.2 need to go before they do more actions that might cause further backlash.
                      The merger will NOT get rid of KDE, and it will not change the default desktop to GNOME. OK?!?!

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