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Re:Linus doesn't seem to be criticizing GNOME per

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on February 18, 2007 10:01 PM
I think you're rather misinformed.

But Firefox (which has StumbleUpon and Konq does not)

It's pretty easy to use the GTK-Qt theme to make GTK apps fit right into KDE. Is Gnome doing this?

Beryl, OpenOffice (which out of the box seem to use GTK)

What makes you say they use GTK. Open Office has a KDE UI extension in addition to the GTK and Windows ones, and Beryl was forked from Compiz to get it away from the GConf configuration dependency. I just don't know what you're saying there.

Even KDE uses some libgnome stuff for their XML.

No it doesn't.


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