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Month: June 2015

Re: [trinity-users] What would the rest of you mention about TDE?

From: Neo Futur <neofutur@...>
Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2015 10:05:21 -0500
everything kde4 is no more :

* fast and user friendly
* stable and mostly bug-free
* pretty good configuration for most everything useful
* will never use up al of your ram like kde4
* systemd-free
* well maintained, good community
* many power user useful features that disappeared from kde4( i cant
live without konsole 3 features that disappeared from kde4).

 I d also say that the trinity fork started after the first (
officialy stable / final ) kde4 release were complete disasters, full
of bugs, crashes and user unfriendly choices ), that prooved the new
kde team was nothing professional and had no respect for users,
pushing as stable/final release some stuff that wasnt even worth an
alpha version.

On Sun, Jun 14, 2015 at 8:20 AM, Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@...> wrote:
> On Thursday 11 June 2015 17:57:46 Lisi Reisz wrote:
>> I am shortly giving a talk on TDE.   Any points that people particularly
>> think I should mention?  In fact, any pointers?
> Thank you very much to all who have replied so far!  I am known for being a
> strong proponent of TDE, which is why I have been asked to do this, and I
> want to do it justice.
> We all use such different aspects of it!  What was that I said about its being
> flexible?? :-)
> It is a tool.  A great tool.  It helps, instead of getting in the way.  And as
> Nik said it has such wonderful applications.
> Amarok is still a front runner, and as for K3b, which Nik mentioned, on the
> day I switched full-time to Linux, K3b was the main reason.  I was dual
> booting at the time, and burning a fair number of CDs.  I got fed up with
> rebooting in order to use K3b instead of Nero, so I took a deep breath, and
> stayed in Linux.
> Lisi
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