Why does GNOME have a session manager and KDE doesn't?
In GNOME, it's fairly simple to add programs to a list that will execute when you log into your X session. In KDE, it seems you have to manually create txt files to go into the ~/.kde/Autostart directory? Why? I'm trying to set up an openSUSE machine for "amateur" users to use.. and if they can't figure out how to get their superkaramba gadgets to stay on the desktop after logging out/in again (I had to put a file in ~/.kde/Autostart).. well, that's no good.