Has GNOME finally killed off KDE in the Ubuntu interface wars?

Posted by monmouthing on Dec 29, 2007 10:22 AM EDT
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Could this be the end of KDE as Canonical admit only GNOME will have LTS status as the Hardy Heron is released?

The leader of the Ubuntu Desktop team at Canonical, Scott James Remnant, has admitted that KDE 4 will not be stable enough to support for the term of the release. Posting to the ubuntu.com mailing list, Remnant states “I've not seen anybody who believes that this would be the case; a long-term supported release would have to be based on the stable KDE 3.5 series.”

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