Re: Debian i386 freeze
> > When harmony works, and its a drop in replacement and KDE is
> > dynamically linked, I would imagine that makes KDE DFSG free. How could
> > it be otherwise ?
> Except that the declared KDE position (as stated by one of the team at the
> recent UKUUG Linux event) is that they will make no concessions in
> order to make harmony possible (i.e. they will adopt Qt features the moment
> they become available, even if harmony was just about to catch up), and they
> would only move to an alternative Qt when that alternative is ``better'' than
> Qt itself.
> These two things taken together can be taken to mean that the KDE folks have no
> intention of ever using anything other than Qt, so what's the point of
> bothering with harmony ?
I would like to note, that "the KDE folks" are not just the one you've
mentioned. I really would beg to differ.
Stephan Kulow (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Student of medical CS
Medical University of Luebeck (MFCH)
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