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yeah, so far, but many polls in the past with both ximian and gnome listed have fractured the gnome vote significantly. i really dont see why people do that, ximian is just a gnome distribution, on the same par as Redhat's, or SUSE's gnome distro, so it really isn't a desktop environment of its own.
Originally posted by trickykid XFce is not that new, to tell you the truth, been around for over 4 years that I know of. Hell, I remember when version 3.8.1 was released back in like May of 2001... The latest release is 4.0.1 which was on 11/14/2003...
Actually, as I recall, XFCE was there before Gnome.
I'm really surprised: after all these years in the shade of KDE/Gnome, it's starting to get some recognition.
My desktop was somewhat rare, cool, you've all ruined it now, stop switching .
i originally voted for kde, but that was before i installed slackware 9.1 with xfce 4 and man was i impressed. everything just worked with the exception of two minor tweaks to lilo and xf86config. i need to change my vote to XFce!