I have to disagree with you, here. First, it inspires some discussion, and this Forum is listed as
Share opinions about various topics
I added the red highlighting to show this is germane.
In addition, there is not only one answer. If nothing you use is missing, the Don’t Care is a good choice. I agree, I doubt if there will be very many who vote for “Pleased with the regressions”, but there are all kinds here, and someone just might feel that way about it, so it is included.
Note that, at the time I write this response, the Don’t Care is leading in the polls, though it is early at this time. That may well be the heads-on winner of this poll.
Yes, I – and a few others – have been vocal about the Virtual Desktops issue, but there might only be about a half dozen or a dozen of us, just very vocal. Or, there may be a huge number of us. The only way to get a sense of that is with this poll.
Like if the government put up taxes and start a poll to ask if people like or dislike the increase.
Believe it or not, the government will get a percentage of “Like the Increase”. I know quite a few people who are happy to pay their taxes in return for the benefits, as counter-intuitive as that may seem at first thought.
People are likely unhappy with the changes made, me included.
Then vote accordingly.
What we can do is be a force for change ourselves by involvement with the KDE project
Yes, and that is actually the bottom line, is it not?
I have begun exploring the possibilities here. I must say I am impressed with the KDE Community’s “Get Involved” pages, just phenomenal and easy to follow, with lists of resources, tutorials and mentors. Heads and shoulders – sad to say – above the openSUSE “Get Involved” pages.
(BTW: I have sent e-mail to highly-talented individuals in the openSUSE community asking for their help to guide me at getting involved in openSUSE development, but I have not received replies. I also made queries about other ways of contributing to openSUSE, and again no response. Yesterday, I made a faint query at KDE and received almost instant e-mail response and a great deal of encouragement, with pointers to great tutorials and starting points. Seems to me the openSUSE community needs to work on this a bit, if they really want more contributors.)
My Box is now back on 13.2 (which I had not deleted) and continues it’s near flawless running.
Similar to me, but I am on 13.1, flawless and super-productive. I had thought that 12.3 was the ultimate, but 13.1 has turned out to be my best experience yet with openSUSE.
Will I move to a later version? On at least one of my machines, for certain, and maybe on most. My main machine will stay on 13.1, though, until I find a solution to the desktop issue that satisfies me. And, yes, I am hunting for solutions, including exploring ways I might contribute.