On Mon, Oct 15, 2018 at 8:32 AM #LRD <severin.beutler(a)outlook.com> wrote:
I am 20 years old and new in the OpenSource World. Since a half year i use Fedora Spins
KDE. For me its the most stable distribution i ever used (I tried nearly any big KDE
I will start to contribution on this. My problem is that i am not god in programing and
don't have much time because work, education....
I hope i can contribute with some ideas to make Fedora KDE a more consistent
In Fedora KDE is kwrite installed as default. For me it make more sence to install kate
as default, because its much more powerful.
greetings from Switzerland
I don't know the exact reason why we currently have kwrite as default
instead of kate, but I believe it is due to wanting a smaller default
kwrite: 256 k
kate: 6.2 M
Installing kate you end up with 50M more than with kwrite.
There might be other reasons, like integration, but I don't know them.
I'm not saying it's a bad idea to switch, I'm just giving one reason
why it might be the way it currently is.