I've usually been using Debian Squeeze, as I've never really had any reason to go after the latest & greatest, and if I wanted to, I always had backported packages to rely on.
However, my new laptop (an Asus U31SD) has an Atheros chip (id [1969:1083]) which is not supported in the kernel until 2.6.38.
So I tried downloading the latest weekly build, which happened to install KDE for some reason. The last three daily builds also installed KDE, and as far as I know, I am not selecting any meta packages during the install that would install it (Just "core", "laptop", and "SSH Server").
Is there any particular reason this is happening? I was always under the impression that Debian came with GNOME...
Edit: I've been getting my ISOs here:
- http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/weekly-builds/amd64/iso-cd/ (specifically CD1, and not the KDE version at the bottom)
- http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/daily-builds/daily.new/ (netist versions for amd64)