gnome or kde

Do you like kde or gnome?

Since i`m using Linux i do like KDE the most.

ryuguns wrote:

> Do you like kde or gnome?


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Now I just have to laugh at this one.

Jonathan R wrote:
>>> Do you like kde or gnome?
>> yes
> Now I just have to laugh at this one.

well, i answered exactly the question answered, right?

ok, i could’a said:
yes yes
mox nix (macht nichts)
depends on my mood
depends on my current task

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I like bananas. :wink:

Oh, and KDE…

I like bananas to.

I have been using KDE since 1.x.

That’s make three of us :slight_smile:

Oh, and bouncing icons near cursor(KDE) rules :slight_smile:

Citizens are not allowed to attend a movie house or theater nor ride in a
public streetcar within at least four hours after eating garlic.
[real standing law in Indiana, United States of America]

“to” what? … to launch from a potato cannon (or in this case, a banana canon?) :wink:

I usually prefer Gnome over KDE, but we’ll see about that as I just installed openSUSE 11.3 to give the KDE Plasma Netbook Workspaces a try. So I’m going between Gnome (Ubuntu), Gnome-shell (Fedora) and KDE Plasma Netbook Workspaces (openSUSE). It looked pretty good at first glance, but that was all the time I had before shutting it down and coming to work.

Oh, and I like cake too.

/me thinks of all the carbs and the subsequent insulin needed to offset the carbs from the cake.

YES! The banana cannon is a great idea! Could we please see this for 11.4? Or, maybe, a banana hammock? hehe

Of course the aerodynamics of it’s curved shape could make aiming it really interseting :smiley:

If it ain’t interesting, it’s boring. Simple solutions are for simple folks, right? .-)

So we challenge ourselves and see if we can make it spin enough to boomerang back to us!!

Well, I don’t know, boomeranging is easy… Shouldn’t we wait for the double-spin quark to do its job or something…?

Well thank you very much, guys - thanks to your “advice” I have tried bananas and cake as a desktop environment and now I need a new monitor.

KDE for Desktop
Gnome for Server

Gnome for Server

A server connected to the internet? Bad bad style…

Well Gnome of course, unless it is Sunday on the 5th Month of a leap year on the 7th day of a full moon. Well lets just Gnome for practical purposes. :slight_smile:

Maybe your monitor wasn’t Banana™ certified? Did you check on the back of your monitor if it had a stamp that said “Certified for Bananas” or “Banana Peel Compatible”?