Quite funny thing:
Don't use C; In my opinion, C is a library programming language not an app programming language.
Of course, the underlying applications still use different toolkits and style guides - they're every part "two Universes", as Taylor puts it. But he says that unifying the warring camps is a task beyond even Red Hat.
"Red Hat has no intention of forcing cooperation on the two projects (or ability to do so)," he writes.
"We don't think it is in our best interest, or our users' best interest to have two separate unrelated desktop universes within our product."Maybe that's why KDE is so messed up in Fedora. Btw. what ideologically-correct means? :> (quote from article, not Owen's words).Red Hat is the only distro to consistently favor the ideologically-correct Gnome over the more mature KDE, and unsurprisingly KDE members have been extremely skeptical about the rationale offered by Taylor (a Gnome developer)