Maybe they should implement sub groups to keep people happy? Like KDE could have the KDE 4 and KDE 3 groups encompassed and all the kernel groups can be housed in one supergroup etc.
Also, more group apps would be useful, such as photos, calenders and wiki's
Well, in my experience on Ubuntu, it is. It just took a single tick box to get the dual monitor setup working and everything, so no messing around with xorg.conf, but Gnome didn't throw panels to both the screens, so I found it a bit hard to use (that might be because I was running Netbook Remix though)
I guess it says alot about the information flow in the site as well, if some of its own content needs to be re-posted in another part of the site to get people to access it
Ah, Sauerbraten? It's been around for quite a while, and there are lots of games based on the engine :)
Unfortunately, I'm using a laptop. Also, with the gnome setup, were you able to get panels on the second screen?
My XP box got hacked, got infected to oblivion with all kinds of malware, and was pretty much zombified beyond all recognition. No Antivirus could fix it, so I finally made the linux jump and was very happy with what I got.
Awesome desktops people, but don't keep them secret! Tell us which DE/WM you are using, themes, distros etc :)
My default Mandriva Spring 2009 KDE Desktop:
Yes, definitely need a general Linux.com forum where we can discuss these things instead of the current forum
I don't play a single game, I just play Linux native games mostly :P
Spring, Sauerbraten, Gridwars, Urban Terror etc. All good games, with none of the difficulty of setting up wine.