As title says, how about thinking of making two parallel versions, one with KDE and one with GNOME. there isn't great difference, maybe in
sudo apt-get install kde-core, but having it pre-installed would be awesome for us, who prefer KDE to GNOME
jonpackard wrote:I have decided that the best way that I can benefit the Linux Mint community is to create an add-on CD repository. It will benefit users that either need additional drivers to get online, have a limited internet connection, or no internet connection at all. The add-on CD will also make some programs easier to install. In the future I would like to make a DVD version of Linux Mint with the KDE desktop in addition to Gnome. For right now, I'm going to focus on the add-on repository, since it will be included in the DVD.
clem wrote:I'll probably be focusing on KDE after Bianca gets released.
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