On Tue, Jul 28, 1998 at 03:00:15PM -0400, Justin Maurer wrote: > > 2.2, gnome, FHS, possible ftp site restructure, multiple boot image support > > on install media which will fit it (ie, multi-floppy images on CD-ROM or on > > zip disk (which I'm working on myself) or similar), possible LSB and unix98 > > compliance with it, possible GGI which is coming together quickly now, maybe > > even devfs in the kernel? Then of course there are ideas being talked about > > like multi-machine installations, linuxconfig/coas or something better > > inspired by both, the death of smail as an "important package" and > > replacement at least exim if vmailer isn't stable ..... > > if all of this was attempted, it would be suicide. it would never ever get > done (maybe). it would take forever. it should be done gradually. and that > makes me wonder how we'll ever get to 3.0 ;) I said any significant amount would make 3.0, not that we had to do all that for 3.0.. I think release goals are a bad idea. Those are things I'd like to see in Debian when they're ready. I don't speak for Debian, so I don't even call these Debian goals. It's my hope, however, that the rest of Debian agrees that these are good goals. > > I know what harmony is, qtk is another free qt? thing is, what does it > > matter if the KDE people don't want to use a free qt? RIght now they have a > > qtk is more of a wrapper for qt through gtk. really wierd. off the top of > my head, http://sunsite.unc.edu/freetds/qtk-something.tar.gz is the url. > see the gnome-list archives for more info. Will the KDE people use it if it's any good?
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