On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 10:30 AM, Matthias Clasen <mclasen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Really, all this Qt-theme-for-GTK+ GTK+-theme-for-Qt stuff is just a
horrendously bad idea. A vale of tears. What needs to be done is to
write a toolkit-independent theme engine system, hopefully less baroque,
strange, and broken then what we ended up for GTK+, and write themes
I guess what might make this in particular different is that it's
coming from Trolltech and that implies some willingness to support it
(the Labs moniker notwithstanding).
However the real question isn't whether the Fedora GNOME desktop
should ship qgtkstyle, it's whether the KDE spin is willing to support
it. They're the ones who will be getting the bug reports against
Amarok or whatever when run under Fedora GNOME desktop.