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KDE vs Gnome -- User interfaces

On Tue, 10 Feb 2009, Jerry Feldman wrote:

> Well said. GNOME vs. KDE is like religion. So it VI vs. EMACS. Back before I 
> learned EMACS, one of the guys in development would walk around chanting that 
> "EMACS is God's editor". At that time we were using Gosling's EMACS. It would 
> take forever to load, so I would run it when I logged in, and leave it up 
> permanently. (We're talking mid-1080s).

Little known fact:

Leonardo Da Vinci provided some code for Emacs back in the late 1400's, 
largely replacing some of the original code that was left behind from 
Viking times.

Greg (the wiseass)

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