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Re: Discussion vs. consideration (of KDE/KIllustrator)
Orn E. Hansen wrote:
> I know, and it is precisely *that* which is wrong. You can't just do
> what you *feel* like and then cry over that it isn't being more successful
> than M$. If linuxers continue to just do as they feel like, it will remain
> their *private* little OS. And *that* is the whole point. Many of us would
> like to see Linux be a serious alternative to the lame Windows operating
> systems, as it could be... and should be.
This is why I have stuck with SEUL through the flame wars and whatever.
> Now *this* is a major step... if this is correct, we have to get this
> standard and start getting it down on paper. This is the most important
> part of it all, because with such a standard *all* gui applications will
> work, wether done in gnome, qt or any other.
I don't see a problem using different toolkits together or even
programing languages. If I could write something in QBasic that would
acceptable for both performance and features there is no reason to not
use QBasic for that task.
Back to the subject. Subscribe to the lists and talk to the developers
I don't even know the right questions to ask when the subject is
"deep programing" or applications interacting.
"Through the firewall, out the router, down the T1, across the
backbone, bounced from satellite, Nothing but net."