Fedora KDE is very KDE/Qt centric

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http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Just wanted to say that I like how Fedora's implementation of KDE is very KDE-centric, more so than other KDE distros. I like this a lot. I've only known of one other distro that does this: Chakra Linux. Most KDE distros that people often recommend are always bundled with GTK+ applications such as LibreOffice and Firefox (like OpenSUSE or Mageia for example). Yet Gnome implementations are never bundled with KDE programs like k3b or okular by default. Why is that? I know it's a minour thing but isn't it always the little details that make things great? (HowTos)