The Kubuntu Commitment

Posted by lordpenguin on Mar 11, 2012 5:14 AM EDT
www.thepowerbase.com; By Dean Howell
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The Best, Against The Wind

Though the KDE desktop has a few obvious advantages over Unity, Kubuntu has always played second fiddle (maybe third) to Shuttleworth’s baby, Ubuntu. While the distro has received critcism and praise in equal parts, one thing has never change. Commitment.

The Best, Against The Wind

Though the KDE desktop has a few obvious advantages over Unity, Kubuntu has always played second fiddle (maybe third) to Shuttleworth’s baby, Ubuntu. While the distro has received critcism and praise in equal parts, one thing has never change. Commitment.

KDE, and to a similar degree, Kubuntu, have both been on the receiving end of a few limiting factors and fables. Firstly, the myth that OpenSuse is a superior KDE distribution, or even maybe the ‘best’. Secondly, Kubuntu is the worst KDE distribution. Regardless of the fact that OpenSuse’s KDE quality is baseless and unfounded, and in the face of heat from the FOSS community that the distribution is not up to par, the team pushes on. Even after having their food stamp card revoked by Canonical, the team still manages to push forward.

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