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marcusesq 02-19-2006 07:03 PM

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Originally Posted by NoWindowsInMyHome
install the whole damn lot of kde and end up with 10,000 useless applications (including 3,000 useless text editors and 4,000 useless paint programs).

Troll. Ignore this idiot.

NoWindowsInMyHome 02-19-2006 07:39 PM

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Originally Posted by marcusesq
Troll. Ignore this idiot.

the truth obviously hurts you.
have you been looking into any mirrors recently?

Thetargos 02-19-2006 07:52 PM

This discussion is fastly approaching a nice an shiny lock, please, try not to disrupt it further!

marcusesq 02-20-2006 03:21 AM

A quick visit to the KShowmail website reveals RPM's available for White Box, Red Hat and Suse as well as source rpm,s and tar.gz files. It should compile on any system that has the KDE libraries installed.

If the moderators are not prepared to take action on a certain person who is using this forum only to bait for a flame war by deliberately posting lies and misinformation, then perhaps a shiny lock is appropriate.

anticapitalista 02-20-2006 09:51 AM

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Originally Posted by marcusesq
A quick visit to the KShowmail website reveals RPM's available for White Box, Red Hat and Suse as well as source rpm,s and tar.gz files. It should compile on any system that has the KDE libraries installed.

If the moderators are not prepared to take action on a certain person who is using this forum only to bait for a flame war by deliberately posting lies and misinformation, then perhaps a shiny lock is appropriate.


How many of YOUR posts here are to do with replying to a certain person?
I just counted them. You have 15 posts, 14 as a reply to "a certain person"

Give it a break, no-one else except you and him gives a f2@#$

jam007 02-20-2006 12:18 PM

I like Gnome, but just can't live without KDE, vote goes to: hmmmmm, KDE

marcusesq 02-20-2006 05:07 PM

Fair enough. I have obviously misinterpreted the purpose and intent of this website.

Thetargos 02-20-2006 05:21 PM

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Originally Posted by marcusesq
Fair enough. I have obviously misinterpreted the purpose and intent of this website.

I can't say anything about the site, but to this thread, absolutely, you have misunderstood it. The thread is to voice out a vote for a personal preference. Engaging on a discusion is pointless on this thread, to do so, create another thread.

anticapitalista 02-21-2006 07:38 AM

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Originally Posted by Thetargos
I can't say anything about the site, but to this thread, absolutely, you have misunderstood it. The thread is to voice out a vote for a personal preference. Engaging on a discusion is pointless on this thread, to do so, create another thread.

Well put.
And marcusesq, why not post your other preferences in the polls saying why you for example prefer x filemanager to Y so people can learn something.
If you want to debate, no problem, but not in the poll threads.

marcusesq 02-21-2006 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by anticapitalista
Well put.
And marcusesq, why not post your other preferences in the polls saying why you for example prefer x filemanager to Y so people can learn something.
If you want to debate, no problem, but not in the poll threads.

Point taken that this is a poll thread. My reasons for posting were explained in post #98. It was happening in this thread as well (still is #145, #147)and nothing was being done. If you want people to learn something from your site, standards need to apply to all threads.

Thetargos 02-21-2006 10:09 PM

I can't speak on behalf of others, but in my case, the points were taken, just stretching the discussion on the subject on the same thread seems a bit too far (IHMO), that's why it'd be best to keep these kind of discussions in a different thread, away from the thread (the poll), but still making refernce to the thread it generated from.

jeremy 02-21-2006 11:39 PM

Let's keep this on topic please. We have never had to close an MCA poll's thread and I'd like to keep it that way. No need to bash any product. Simply vote and optionally explain why you did. Thanks.

--jeremy

Raftysworld 02-22-2006 06:14 PM

There's a "NoWindowsInMyHome" in every KDE vs Gnome thread, we just need to ignore and move on.

The new Gnome 2.14 is looking pretty nice but is still no where near KDE in my opinion. New amarok, kopete, and koffice betas are out making the KDE experience even better!

carlosinfl 02-22-2006 08:08 PM

Gnome - simple and to the point.

berkes 02-24-2006 03:22 AM

Kde
 
KDE is the best. (*g*)


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