Posted by: Anonymous Coward
on February 11, 2007 10:33 PM
The one thing I can say about Novell SuSE is that it generally was not half baked, before served.
Pick any of the last 3 or 4 *buntu releases, and you will find problems here and there.
I have been using Gwenview with *buntu as a barometer of sorts, and for at least the last 3 releases, there still, is not a complete KIPI plugin option (you gotta go to other sources), and with the Ubuntu "other sources" when you find the KIPI plugins, and install them, you will discover that they are incomplete, and lacking the total complete KIPI version of tools for Gwenview to run like it should! But, to get the Kipi Plugins, you have to pull some of your teeth (newbies should not have to experience this) and you still don't get what you need (so you wonder why you took the time to pull those teeth).
With SuSE the Gwenview Kipi Plugins worked 100% out of the box (no fuss, no hassle)!
Makes one wonder with *buntu what else is lacking (detail wise)?