On Wed, 18 Jan 2012 14:39:44 -0500 Calvin Morrison <mutantturkey@...> wrote: > On 18 January 2012 14:33, /dev/ammo42 <mickeytintincolle@...> > wrote: > > > On Wed, 18 Jan 2012 09:07:50 -0500 > > Patrick Serru <patrick@...> wrote: > > > > > Le mercredi 18 janvier 2012, Keith Daniels a �crit : > > > > I use sessions heavily and like them a lot. So please don't > > > > make them go away... > > > ----------- > > > +1 > > > > > > Hi everybody, > > > > > > I think that Darrell's question: > > > > Is anybody interested? > > > should be asked on the "User's" list. Like implied questions > > > related to TDE icones (thread "[trinity-devel] Trinity logo?"), > > > for exemple. > > > > > > I believe that KDE4 - Trinity are what we know because the > > > KDE develpers did not listen or simply ask the user's opinion. > > > They simply believed that their way of thinking was the best. > > > This is the trap we (!) should not fall in! > > Which users' opinion ? KDE developers are KDE users, so their > > opinion count. Moreover most functionality has been preserved going > > from KDE3 to KDE4, and KDE4 could be extended to enable KDE3's old > > but readable look. I'm actually surprised nobody did a KDE3-like > > Plasma theme. In the meantime, many people including myself find > > that KDE4 is a great desktop, at least when it doesn't crash (and > > it never does on my machine on which I use it) and once the insane > > defaults are changed. > > > > > In a normal company, users come first. > > In open source, we all pretend users come first. Developers are generally users so this is true, for a restricted class of users ;) > > Remember nobody gets paid to develop trinity. What it boils down to is > "itching your own scratch". Say Darrell is having troubles with kate, > or wants to implement something new with kate. Then he is likely to > do it. He is not likely to develop a plasma interface because he > doesn't care about it. > > Thats how I see it at least.