Rebuttle to Bryan Lunduke's "The Perfect Linux Distro"
So what’s the most accessible and feature rich IDE available currently for Gnome applications? And which one gives developers direct access to the widest array of frameworks from which to build great applications?
I know. I know. “Mono is bad cuz of teh Microsoft.” If you genuinely believe that then you are not likely an actual (professional) software developer and should probably spend your time worrying about something else.
MonoDevelop is a great tool. There. It’s decided.
Firefox. It’s there. People know it.
This is also a tough one. The new KOffice is really nice. But OpenOffice works, and works well. So that’s what we’ll use.