@Ristar haha, Gnome decision look really like that sometimes.
While KDE seems to still think that more options must be better. Like always.
@Ristar Lmao. seriously though thousands of features per week is my worst nightmare, that’s how we got the web.
@Ristar I should try KDE again sometime, KDE 1 & 2 were decent but GTK3 was a mistake, when they adopted client side decorations
@Ristar Why must you hurt me this way. (Not saying it's not true, KDE>Gnome, but it stings to hear it)
@Ristar I remember being told Dolphin had a huge memory leak. Given the amount of time that’s passed since then, I have to imagine it’s been taken care of. And that alone probably makes them better than Gnome.
@Stellar That sounds very comfy! All though I'd rather browser invidious with qutebrowser's sweet keybindings.
@Stellar Yeah new maintainers managed things pretty well, I hope we don't lose it at some point with Google pushing out junk like Web Bundles.
@Ristar Just the amount of added features however is a difficult criteria to judge quality I'd say. That has been KDEs problem ever since: A superior set of features, but somehow thrown together, apparently without any real considerations on usability, and a lot of them, though looking good in technical design, never finished to a really working state in the long run. Just looking at akonadi and nepomuk as two striking examples. 😶
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