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    I just hope that Patrick drops KDE next, then slack would be much better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by genesus
    I just hope that Patrick drops KDE next, then slack would be much better!
    I'm a KDE fan, but I agree entirely. I don't use the "Big Two" in Slackware anyway. On the same token, though, as someone else mentioned, not everyone has broadband so getting those extra packages that aren't included can be difficult.

    Me, I use Xfce most of the time for Slack so as long as that's still included, I'm good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    They could add the dropline-packages on an own CD which can be found on the slack-mirrors... Not everybody can install over the net u know...
    That would be rather redundant wouldn't it? Considering the fact that Dropline publishes iso's of each release, themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genesus
    I just hope that Patrick drops KDE next, then slack would be much better!
    Best thing I have heard all day!

    I like KDE in a heavier distro such as SuSE but it doesn't fit with Slack, FluxBox + Slack = good settup

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylunio
    Ditto, I'd kick Gnome and KDE, I think lighter window managers are the best way to go with Slack, I always use Fluxbox and I need no more.
    About kicking both KDE and GNOME, I agree, its a waste of time and resources compiling it, leave it to linuxpackages, if they want, or do it yourself, if you want, but Slackware can live without it, it could live without X too, but don't think most of you guys could do the same :P Dont be able to see some sites, or use some resources only avaliable on the X is not easy, but I would love if Internet was not so picture dependent, but i could not live without some things, like the dancing banana, hehe,



    But I dont like Fluxbox either, i use Blackbox and Waimea only, and they :rock:

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    Just wanted to say that I like Gnome far more than KDE :P
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