Subject: Re: OT: a dumb alpha question
To: Dave McGuire <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Linc Fessenden <email@example.com>
Date: 12/14/2001 12:39:58
> > Dave McGuire using KDE? Say it isn't so!
> Huh? Why?
Reminds me too much of M$...
> > Dave, fvwm stinks too :-)
> Perhaps you're mistaken...fvwm is cool. :)
Nope.. :-) If you *really* want cool, ya gotta stick with TWM!
> I don't care about lightweight...I'm one who puts a sufficient
> amount of *power* on the desktop. Xfce was unstable under IRIX; I
> might try it again under NetBSD/alpha. Windowmaker (I assume that's
> what you meant above) is neat but it gives me unpleasant flashbacks to
> NeXTSTEP...which I liked, until I had to port software to it. :-|
I love XFCE.. It has some body to it and runs well to boot. Never tried
it on IRIX though - probably cause I don't have an SGI :-) I did mean
windowmaker, you're right. Right now I normally use Blackbox myself just
because it's easy to tinker with and gives me multiple virtual
desktops. Then again, I don't have enough power in any of my systems to
really enjoy gnome or kde.
In the Beginning there was nothing, which exploded - Yeah right...