On Wed, 04 Aug 1999, David Murphy wrote:
> IMHO a lot of people will have found it quite convenient that all
> those Unix variants have a Common Desktop Environment.
CDE isn't *that* bad. For one thing it's a vast improvement over mwm as found
on Ultrix machines - how brown, how ugly. fvwm was a slight improvement over
mwm. CDE handy, it does the trick and it looks a hell of a lot better than
lose32. As for KDE... ewww! I'm only using it because it's the default here on
SuSE and I'll be changing to Red hat and Gnome/Enlightenment this evening.
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