published what it bills as the "first-ever comprehensive English-language review
of Red Flag Linux". Most of you probably know that Red Flag Linux is the "official"
Chinese Linux distribution, and receives support - as well as contracts -
from the Chinese government. What you may not have known is that,
despite being based on Red Hat Linux, Red Flag Linux
has opted for KDE as its default desktop. Even more interesting, the
of their "Redflag Linux Desktop" product lists none other than
KOffice as the "desktop office
solution". Hats off to Red Flag Linux for
choosing the right product for the job. I'm not sure if the KDE
mailing lists are prepared for a billion more users, but it sure will
be nice to see how much KDE development is borne from
China's burgeoning info-tech industry!
China Chooses KDE, KOffice for Desktop