Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 243190
Relase notes imply you need to be a KDE user to use K3B
Last modified: 2008-08-26 19:37:22 EDT
Fedora 7 relase notes section 16.4. on CD and DVD Authoring and Burning states:
"GNOME users can burn directly from the Nautilus file manager, choose the
gnomebaker or graveman packages, or utilize the older xcdroast package from
Fedora. KDE users can use the robust k3b package for these tasks."
This incorrectly implies that you need to be a KDE user to use k3b, when, in
fact, k3b is popular with many Gnome users. Similarly, GTK-based applications,
like graveman, can be run within the KDE environment.
It is not necessary to make a KDE versus Gnome distinction when selecting
applications. Interoperability between the various X Window System desktop
applications is primary goal of the freedesktop project.
The content has been changed to be more desktop neutral.