Heartelt *wow* for the work you people put into this.
I'm happy to say I finally feel I'm 'home'
Running Xfce on a MacBook because I increasingly felt troubled by the walled-garden approach Apple is embracing more and more.
i actually thought they would become more open, using the *nix underpinnings when introducing os x. How naive I am, sigh.
Using Windows 7 and OS X at work, but been playing with Debian for years... Never made the complete switch until a few months ago.
But... feeling strangely restricted by Gnome 3 ... KDE being nice but keeps freezing...
Xfce is a relief beyond words!
Speedy, non-cluttered, flexible, also, it doesn't look forced, I mean, all the other DE's try to look 'the best' but looks are just that, and the glowiness and waviness of some stuff really does *not* help everyday work.
Disclaimer: I'm a bit stressed, my wife is 6 days overdue delivering our son So if I don't post much the following days, it's because I just became a dad 8)
Again: thank you all for making Xfce what it is
Last edited by Rxke (2012-03-28 09:17:33)
Congratulations in Advance R. And Welcome to the Future of the Linux Desktop. You have a way with words. Look forward to reading more of your posts.
Linuxers Live by a CODE!
Thank you for the kind words. English is not my mother tongue, so I feel flattered!