I'm trying to work out what pfremy is on about. I'm actually kind of hurt by his rants about how bad Eazel was about working with the rest of the community. I guess as a KDE user he's uniquely qualified to comment on the workings of GNOME. I guess whats not so clear to him as a KDE user is that the stuff in Nautilus that doesn't "fit" into GNOME 1.4 is basically stuff that was missing that was later integrated into core GNOME libraries.
pfremy's little KDE facts page is strange. Counting the days between unicode Qt and Gtk+ releases, etc. Is it a race? Aren't we all meant to be trying to develop a bunch of good free software? Thats why I'm doing this. I choose GNOME over KDE for a variety of reasons - primarily familiarity. I'm not going to make a list counting days between the implementation of various features.
I guess "get a life" is the best way to summarize this message.