First you go unethical by forcing users (stating security concerns) to upgrade to a newer firmware. And then, you don't even do a good QA on the firmware you release. It clearly looks you were in a hurry to strip off the "Other OS" feature.
I've been using KDE for a while now, probably 9yrs. I've also been an early adopter of KDE 4.x. While KDE 4 is still far way behind in proving its worth of the radical core changes it made (take for example: Nepomuk, Strigi, Phonon, Decibel - I still wonder when they are going to be ready for the *user*), I still find KDE apps far far ahead of GNOME.
Probably, many would disagree. Possibly, they might flame me too.I mean everyone supports GNOME as the default - Red Hat/Novell/Ubuntu. And I always wonder WHY.
Well!! After almost around 3 months after my exit from my previous employer (Dell R&D Center, Bangalore - India), I've now had some time to rant about the experiences I had.
Hereforth, unless explicitly mentioned, When Dell is quoted, I mean as Dell R&D Center, Bangalore - India, and not any other Dell facility because it is not fair for me to comment about the other centers since I've not worked there.