Future of Kubuntu, Should You Be Worried?

Posted by muktware on Feb 9, 2012 5:36 PM EDT
Muktware; By Swapnil Bhartiya
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The beauty of the GNU/Linux world is that there is something for everyone. If Kubuntu is not working for you, you can always go with Linux Mint KDE, openSUSE KDE, Fedora, Chakra or Mepis. openSUSE is known for their great integration with KDE (Gnome apps actually look great in openSUSE KDE). There is one more distro in the making called Mageia (fork of Mandriva) which uses KDE. With Active Plasma 2 and Spark KDE has entered the post-PC era. KDE is already future proof.

So, there is nothing for KDE fans to be worried about.

In my opinion as long as its GNU/Linux it doesn't matter whether its Kubuntu, Linux Mint, openSUSE or Fedora. It's like a big garden, pick the flower that you like. The only OS I am fan of is the one that works for me. Period.

And, for god's sake don't fight that your pink is better than his red.

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