Maybe they could make a theme pack or something for Fedora users to get the Korora style and setup on Fedora.
I don't know what their goals were, as I'm not too familiar with the project, but why didn't they just choose to do this from the start?
Edit: I guess I could not be lazy and read their "about" page myself :smiling_face_with_halo: looks like they wanted to add packages to make the software more user-friendly "out of the box." Codecs, media players, third-party repos, etc.
Right basically things that Fedora will never do natively because of licensing.
Really like Fedora with KDE Plasma atm. Trying Deepin on my laptop too
Deepin is surprisingly good.
Love the look of it and my touchpad feels pretty good on it. Nextcloud client isn't proving very stable atm though, having to configure it again. Followed your guide setting that up (top result on Google!)
Actually, I got it working with bumblebee-project installed. It did not work in Korora 25, but seems to be working in 26.
I prefixed the wow-64.exe with optirun and it just worked. Great framerate too. I just need to work out the mouse capture part yet. But that's not a big deal since I don't play that game much anyways. It was just easy to test with because it's on an external drive. Hopefully it's not like that in NMS.
My cpu fan is still running full speed from the glxgear test, even though it's way cooled down by now. A reboot may fix that, though.
I hope Fedora 26 stays just as it is. "Works" great so far. More so than 25.
I did not actually pick one. I simply clicked download, so I randomly got KDE.
Now to switch to Cinnamon.
Oh. I respect the KDE team a lot but I've not been comfortable with their desktop post version 3. It's solid and loaded with features but the Plasma stuff is weird and not intuitive. If you go "power user" on it I'm sure it's great. But for me, I left it as I'm a more casual style desktop user and it just didn't fit with me.
I think that they decided that the market was full and that they needed to really innovate to be relevant, which they did. It's interesting and someday I hope to have time to dig into it more.
Ya I don't see the use of the plasma workspaces. I use the traditional workspaces a ton in Gnome 3, but I don't see the value to what plasma does with them. I tried having a separate "business" vs "personal" workspace a while ago and just couldn't wrap my head around the use case.
Same here. The old style desktops I used and liked. Plasma I just can't figure out.