This is the latest in a series of strong releases that are just getting stronger.
Red Hat has begun an effort to use its position as the dominant seller of the Linux operating system to try to smooth over a long-running divide about the look and feel of the OS.
###Users are King
Red Hat’s Bluecurve airbrushes out some differences between KDE and Gnome, altering icons and menu selections KDE or Gnome users would otherwise see and making them look the same.
This is key to the success of linux… too many choices is a bad thing.