In a recent CNET interview, Linus Torvalds gets asked which open-source software development communities he particularly admires. His answer: "If I'd have to pick two, I'd pick KDE and the GCC group. I often end up clashing with the compiler people, because the kernel ends up having rather strict needs, and I hate how much slower GCC has become over the years. But there's no question that they're doing some good stuff. And I just like the KDE group, and have found it very responsive when I had issues." Nice to hear -- keep on reporting bugs, Linus!