KDE 3.1 vs. GNOME 2.2: How GNOME became LAME
Linux World compares
KDE 3.1 and GNOME 2.2.
"KDE is delivering a better version of what GNOME's goal has apparently morphed into: becoming a great component framework that you can write to in multiple languages. Nicholas Petreley rebuffs the common GNOME battle slogans and explains why the window-manager's name needs reworking. Part 2 in a series."
(Submitted by Noel Mon Mar 3, 2003 )
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