Re: Clear KDE
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May I ask?
The user whom I was talking to is one from the capital and we spoke not about OS
but about cars.
And then I knew that he uses Gentoo.
I was excited.
Probably his scheme is now my scheme.
He uses Debian for server and Gentoo for notebook.
And Gentoo with clear KDE. Only _kde_libs. No GTK+.
Not for war.
Do you prefer to use only kde apps to keep everything in one style and
>FWIW, I run gentoo here, and as long as you're not using any
>(which due to deps, some at the kde and some at the gentoo level,
>requires akonadi, which in turn forces on gentoo's USE=semantic-
>and with it, nepomuk, virtuoso, etc), it's possible to set USE=-
>desktop and build without all that cpu and memory hogging junk.
>Ironically, it was only after the kmail akonadification persuaded
>get off it (claws-mail now) and all kdepim apps entirely
>the other one I used, again claws-mail now, with the feed plugin),
>allowing me to kill akonadi and then the whole semantic-desktop,
>really began to seriously appreciate and fully enjoy the rest of
>the same extent that I had kde3.5.7+. Ironic, because the
>desktop stuff was one of the big headline features of kde4...
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