Look, there's a lot of hype about 2.6RC, but is it really worth it? To me, it sounds like the developers are sacrificing much of what KLite really stands for in order to make the software "legal". And the CleanKMD's...what are those about? I have CleanKMD 2.44 running right now, and it's the exact same as KLite 2.44 (or maybe 2.43). Speaking of which, I can't find KLite (or, as some call it, K++) 2.44 anywhere anymore. What happened to the in between versions?
And then there's "Resurrection" and "KCeasy" and what not. I'm all about open-source, but...isn't this getting a little out of hand? Maybe I'm just old-fashioned.
What ARE the major distinctions between all these different flavors anyway? How diverse can you get?
On an unrelated note, I'm thinking of switching to an open-source browser. Which is better, Mozilla or Opera? Or something else?
Thanks all, and sorry if I offended any developers with my comments.