The Standard is KDE and GNOME: A Call for Diversity in Linux Desktop Environments

The press release discusses the debate between KDE and GNOME as the standard desktop environment for Linux, with a focus on the diversity of user needs and preferences. The author proposes adopting both environments as the GNU/Linux standard for graphical environments, arguing that this would be a more practical solution than putting the problem into the hands of large software companies. The press release also highlights the benefits of free software and the importance of preserving its diversity.