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____/ Gregory Shearman on Friday 26 Aug 2011 13:31 : \____
> On 2011-08-26, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> ____/ Gregory Shearman on Friday 26 Aug 2011 10:05 : \____
>>> On 2011-08-26, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> ____/ Gregory Shearman on Friday 26 Aug 2011 07:07 : \____
>>>>> BTW, libreoffice takes about an hour and a half to compile on my i7
>>>> That is a very long time (but then again also a large program). I
>>>> guess most people ask, what is the upside of all this?
>>> Is it a long time? What is the problem? You can still use the old
>>> libreoffice while the new one is compiling.
>>> The upside? Already discussed ad Nauseum. If you don't see the upside
>>> then perhaps Gentoo isn't for you.
>> Optimisation for one's hardware is the main one I can think of. I will
>> try Gentoo next time I set something up. They're good with KDE.
> Gentoo is good with *any* DE.. it doesn't discriminate. I've used it
> with fluxbox, xfce, windowmaker, gnome and kde.
Quite a few Gentoo users are KDE developers from what I could gather,.
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