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The View from Mudsock Heights: Linux Has Come Far -- In One Case, Maybe Too Far

The free software movement, which in many respects means the Linux operating system, is a puzzle to those accustomed to paying for things. Software is expensive stuff — how good can the stuff be if it doesn't cost anything?

Actually, very, very good.

Free software people do not do much to uncomplicate this. They have a phrase — “free as in beer” — that is supposed to make some kind of point but doesn't. Their notion is that free of cost is not really free, that “free” means something else. I'll leave them to it because for most of us, “free” means you don't have to fork over any money to have it.

Not many years ago, it didn't matter much one way or the other, because joining the Linux world required a degree of commitment that other computer operating systems didn't. Getting it installed was an arcane art, and the applications themselves were specialized and difficult, with a lack of commonality in user interface — mastery of one application gave one no advantage in the use of any other.

In due course, companies were formed to produce “distributions,” collections of the Linux operating system plus various applications and a choice of graphical interfaces that were little more than colorful menuing systems for the same old batch of peculiar though powerful application software packages. Because of the distributions, it was now a little easier to install — I accent “a little” — but running Linux still involved a degree of commitment few were willing to make. Often, for instance, if one wanted a particular application, he had to download the source code and compile it himself (usually spending an evening traipsing around the Internet collecting the associated libraries, programs, and system upgrades before it would build completely and correctly). And an integrated desktop in which programs acted pretty much the same was still a vague dream, despite a few commercial attempts to bring one about.

Then, in July 1998, the desktop problem started to be solved. That's when KDE 1.0 was released. I downloaded, compiled, and installed it that very first day, and it blew me away. Linux was now easy to use, sort of. KDE (which stood for the “KDE Desktop Environment,” in that self-referential Linux way) could do things in version 1.0 more than a decade ago that only the latest Windows can do. (Such as tiling open applications on the desktop, which seems to be the chief advertising and selling point of Windows 7, though it would sell even better if they called it “Windows NV,” for “Not Vista.”)

A few years later, the issues of installation and configuration of a Linux system all but disappeared with the arrival of a distribution called Ubuntu. Users could download a CD image and burn it and have a complete Linux system which they could boot from on the CD itself, having no effect on the contents of their hard drive. They could run it and its applications from the CD. If they liked it, by clicking a button they could install it onto their hard drives, where it ran more quickly and where they could at boot time take their pick between Linux and any other operating system they might have installed.

That ease of use has gotten easier and easier. I believe that just about anyone can now install and configure a Linux system on any fairly modern PC-architecture computer. With just a little practice and a very small learning curve, I think just about any user would find that Linux is better — for a lot of reasons — than the commercialy available operating systems.

There are variants of Ubuntu which include Kubuntu, a version that comes with KDE as its default graphical desktop. There are “remixes” optimized for use on the small, popular netbook computers and for other purposes. It's an exciting system and it is free, as in you don't have to pay for it. You may download it and make copies for all your friends. You do not have to register it. And it comes with loads of application software, such as the excellent OpenOffice office suite, the GIMP graphics application, and literally hundreds of others. It even automatically notifies you of updates — and not in the irritating way at least one commercial operating system does.

But as Linux has become truly accessible, KDE has in my estimation taken a step in another direction — and not a good one.

For close to a decade, KDE grew in power and complexity without becoming any more difficult to use. A user upgrading to a new version had few problems getting right to work with the upgraded desktop. It was familiar and it was good.

One perennial problem with free software is that, because they give it away, developers have no real reason to pursue a user base. This enables them to develop what they want in the way they want to develop it. KDE was never entirely immune to this problem (well, a problem from the user's point of view, anyway); I'm still cranky that almost 10 years ago the wonderfully simple addressbook of the excellent KMail email program was replaced by a complicated thing that was difficult to edit and which has never in my experience worked perfectly. Free software developers are not free of the siren song of “feature creap,” the phenomenon whereby developers add things not because they should but instead because they can.

KDE developed smoothly and well, I think, through version 3.5. Then the KDE community did something that strikes terror in the user for whom a computer is more than a toy: they announced they were developing KDE version 4 “starting with a blank piece of paper.”

In January 2008, a few days more than a year after the release of a commercial operating system that became notorious and that also ruined a blank piece of paper, KDE 4.0 was made public. There was a noticeable outcry among users — even Linus Torvalds, the founder and namesake of Linux, called it “a half-baked release… . a mismatch from KDE 3 to KDE 4.0. The desktop was not as functional and it was just a bad experience for me.” Developers quickly said that KDE 4.0 in many ways was a beta release.

It seemed indeed to be a kind of proof of concept, though the concept itself was not easily identifiable. Now, more than two years later, they're up to KDE 4.4 and the concept remains elusive to me. I spent last weekend with it — entirely by accident and, fortunately, on only one computer — and if it does anything that wants doing any better than KDE 3.x did — even as well as KDE 3.x did — I was unable to find it.

There are some people, probably including persons who are neither KDE developers nor fanboy sycophants (though there are plenty of both of those), who like KDE 4.x. Good for them. I have no dispute with them. I just don't agree with them for my own computers.

A KDE spokesman wrote that KDE 4.0 was released at least in part because “it was what we needed to do to ensure that we didn't end up stagnating ourselves into irrelevance.” That to me means that they did it in order to be doing something. Again — fine, no objection.

What I do object to is the official abandonment by the KDE community and distributions that include KDE of the last of the 3-series versions, KDE 3.5.10. A user community was in some considerable part cast into the “irrelevence” that the developers themselves said they were seeking to avoid. “Free” ought to include some choice, especially if a user has invested years in a particular system and does not wish to learn another one.

I accidentally installed KDE 4.4 last week when I upgraded my Kubunto LTS (for long-term support, a version that is released every two years — the kind of release schedule businesses like) to the new one that came out at the end of April. For the first time, there was no KDE 3.x available. I'd given KDE 4.0 a spin when it came out and found it not so much feature-creepy as just plain creepy, an attribute it retains. My sense then and now is that KDE 4 was made by and for people who never use a computer to actually do anything. After a couple of days searching for some redeeming aspect of the thing, I reinstalled an earlier version which contains KDE 3.5.10.

Happily, all is not lost. I mentioned above the “remixes,” and therein lies hope and delight. A fellow named Timothy Pearson has undertaken (for several minor distribution upgrades now) to offer a remix that provides the KDE 3.5.10 desktop. Indeed, he has continued to develop KDE 3.5 and has talked of producing a 3.5.11 release. There seem to be enough users to justify what has to be a considerable amount of work.

It would be great to see others get behind his efforts. The stable, scrutable, productive classic KDE desktop has a lot to recommend it — certainly more than being different for difference's sake. I'm happy that the KDE 4.x developers and users feel relevant. Everyone should.

But KDE 4.x is sufficiently different from KDE as it had during its first decade come to be known and loved that I don't think they should have called it KDE at all. I think that “from the makers of KDE comes Atsiv (or whatever)” would let those who want to climb out onto that particular limb know the heritage of the new desktop without leading to the sense that KDE 4.x maintains the KDE tradition that is, sadly, absent.

Dennis E. Powell is crackpot-at-large to Open for Business. Powell was an award-winning reporter in New York and elsewhere before moving to Ohio and becoming a full-time crackpot. You can reach him at dep@drippingwithirony.com.


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You know, the KDE tradition is not in the software, but in the people.
Indeed the name KDE is given to the community, not to the software, in fact that is called “KDE Software Compilation”. And the community is the same of before: a lot of kind, welcoming and enthusiastic people!

The point is that they share a vision of present and future evolution of free software. Times are changing, and in next years they will be even different.
Instead of remaining with old paradigms, leaving innovation to others, and then hurry to follow, they decided do a big leap and innovate everything.

I think that most of the complaints about KDE4 are because people feels confused by this new technologies, like our grandparents were confused with cellphones and computers. They belonged to totally different ages.

Posted by gerlos - Sep 20, 2010 | 4:35 AM

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> But KDE 4.x is sufficiently different from KDE as it
> had during its first decade come to be known and loved
> that I don’t think they should have called it KDE at all

That isn't true at all, it is very much the same in many ways. Sounds like someone is a bit grumpy to write this whole article about how a new KDE desktop has taken away their old toys or something. Every software project innovates, every software project changes an grows (or stagnates). If you like the old KDE, keep using the old distros, as everything must be perfect with them.

The rest of us have moved on, for a few years now.

I love the new KDE as much as the older one. I just dislike the user interface changes for the desktop plasmoids that happen every few months while they try to get it right. Doesn't make it any less usable, however.

Posted by lefty.crupps - May 24, 2010 | 12:06 PM

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This part just makes me sad:
> because for most of us, “free” means you don’t have
> to fork over any money to have it.

In America (the USA), 'Free' and 'Freedom' have a very real meaning, and the FLOSS software movement is trying to (and succeeding in) incorporating this concept into software use. But sure, you can try to make it all about money if you want.

Posted by lefty.crupps - May 24, 2010 | 12:11 PM

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The saying is “free as in freedom, not free is in free beer”. Not very hard to understand.

Posted by Anonymous - May 23, 2010 | 2:46 PM

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Your article is dead on. This has happened in other projects. I am still a happy Amarok 1.4 user. I will never use Amarok 2.x. Is Gnome about to do the same thing with 3.0?

Posted by Val - May 23, 2010 | 3:32 PM

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I completely agree with your article. It is not just KDE that the developers have changed, it is also rushing most of the distro's out the door before they are really ready. Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) is a good case in point. I had to jump through hoops to get it to work when previous versions 9.10 and 9.04 worked fine for me on my computers. The latest and greatest, is not so great. The same goes for Mozilla and the latest Thunderbird. After over 9 years of constant change with Linux Some good but lately Bad. I am now using Windows 7 with no problems so far. I think Linux has shot itself in the foot. To many changes to fast.
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Posted by M H Bell - May 23, 2010 | 3:37 PM

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Taste differs, and you admit that some might like KDE4, even though you dismiss it as being developed by folks who don't use computers to “actually do anything”. Your conclusion seems to be that if you actually don't do anything KDE4 might just be in your taste! ;)

I don't like DEs overall, except tolerating XFCE for being simple enough. As for Windows 7 I'm as a admin pleased it does support basic technology from scratch, making life easier, but beyond that I find several configuration tools and the layout of menus, being a total mess of old and new. Hence I don't understand why a commenter here likes Windows 7 but dislike KDE4, when the latter has a more consistent design.

At work my main PC runs KDE4, just because it should be accessible for others, and I have to admit that it works really well. I can't really comment this article because it doesn't contain any substantial examples (exception if Kmail, but since I've never used it and prefer Claws-Mail, Thunderbird or Mutt I can't say if I perceive the current version as better or worse). KDE3 was fairly OK, but in my opinion KDE4 has a less messy layout, and system preferences are also easier to access. The new file-manager Dolphin might be a bit slow on old computers, but it has some really good features making work easier. KDE is at some level ridiculously customizable, where every window can be adjusted with zillions of preferences, but on the other hand you do fine without fiddling with these settings. This PC has run KDE4.1 up to today's 4.4.3, and I haven't encountered any problems, besides a temporary one in a early release, when changing window themes.

There's no way back in many cases. Microsoft won't support old versions of Windows for eternity either. Even Gnome, the conservative alternative, will make bigger changes soon, but has probably learnt a lesson or two about when to label it a stable 3.0 release! Personally I'm a tiling window-manger user who at times use WindowMaker.

Posted by KimTjik - May 23, 2010 | 5:06 PM

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I agree completely with the thrust of your article. KDE 4 is a classic example of “second system syndrome.” There are some really nice things in it, but overall it feels to me like an immature assemblage of technologies and ideas in search of coherence and stability.

I still run KDE 3.5.10 on my old laptop, since I like to actually get things done on it. It doesn't have the resources needed to run KDE 4 anyway and I don't have the patience for programs that crash during routine operations (K3B, which used to be a paragon of stability), are unfathomable (Amorak 2.x), seem intent on getting in the way (the whole Plasmoid thing), or just don't work (Strigi). Unfortunately, there are very few KDE 3.5 options at this point. It's good to hear that Timothy Pearson is intent on carrying on, but it's a shame that it's in the face of the indifference to KDE 3 from the larger KDE development community.

I'm searching for a replacement for my ancient laptop. For the first time in a decade, Linux compatibility isn't a priority. Sigh.

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