exploder wrote:EnthusOcn, you can't imagine how much work goes into the community editions! The community editions go through the same testing and quality checks as the main edition. Anything bearing the Mint name must be approved by Clem before it reaches the community. As for the blue theme, I think that we just wanted some variation and KDE by default uses blue as the dominant color. You can change the theme and colors to suit your taste. The community editions are not a "tack on" as you described, it is just that the main edition is guaranteed to always be around. Our community edition maintainers are extremely hard working individuals that donate their time and effort to provide the community with the different desktop environments.
EnthusOcn wrote:why is the primary distribution of all these distributions Gnome. Why isn't KDE the choice of SOME? I feel like it's a tack on and that not much work goes in to it. Is this true with Linux Mint CEs?
Zwopper wrote:EnthusOcn wrote:why is the primary distribution of all these distributions Gnome. Why isn't KDE the choice of SOME? I feel like it's a tack on and that not much work goes in to it. Is this true with Linux Mint CEs?
Or an even better question why isn't XFCE the default desktop for Mint?
exploder wrote:No flame wars guys!
Carl wrote:I've never actually really used XFCE...what's it like?
exploder wrote:Zwopper, it won't be long.
markcynt wrote:Think of Mint KDE as peppermint. I like the blue.
And this is not a tack on. I'm a KDE man and IMO Mint beats out openSUSE and Mandriva, the top two KDE distros.
Kubuntu is a joke.
exploder wrote:WildSioux, those are some really great themes! Your information provides a way to have an awesome looking theme using green!
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