On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 18:25, Rex Dieter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:This is actually what i have all the time. The first thing i do when i
>> Rex Dieter wrote:
>>> See also,
>> It would help if you reproduced that poll's options here, since Facebook is
>> banning us non-Facebook-users from even viewing it…
> fwiw, the options there were essentially as I posed it here
> 1. stick with empty desktop, no widgets (upstream default)
install Fedora is remove any widgets on the desktop.
I think this is the best option though. It's very easy to remove (one
> 2. revert back to pre kde-4.7 setup, with folderview widget
click) for people who don't want the folderview but it's the least
surprising to new users (both to kde 4.7 and from "the other side").
Using the folderview layout doesn't seem to work all that well with
> 3. (kevin's favorite. :) ) use folderview *layout*, full screen, aka like kde3 times.
adding other widgets and although i found the option to change the
layout fairly quickly it is not entirely obvious to new users that
they need to change that setting just to make widgets work smoothly.
That might cause quite a bit of confusion since plasma widgets are
advertised as quite a major feature of kde.
As for the whole facebook vs google+ discussion i don't think either
are a particularly great idea. I hate facebook and it's invisible to
anybody without an account. Google+ seems a lot better on both counts
but sadly since it is still invitation only many people still can't
use it properly (myself included).
There are 10 kinds of people in the world: Those who understand binary
and those who don't...
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