Michael Stucki said, and I quote: > Hi Chris, > > > > So is it just me or was not everyone aware that Debian takes long with > > > packages > > > and you are not going to get them righ away. If you want that then you > > > should > > > try Redhat. I installed KDE3 on a RedHat box and its not all that > > > diffrent or > > > great, its a little bit fast and has a few new nice tools and it looks > > > even more > > > like Windows then it did before. I personally prefered 2.2.1 to 3.0 > > > from what I > > > saw at it at first glance. So I don't understand the huge hurry of > > > every one > > > wanting to get it. There are those who like to be running the latestst > > > greatest > > > and there are those who would like it stable first. Rule of thumb never > > > install > > > something that is brand new right away because there are going to still > > > be bugs > > > in it, I have hosed my box a few times doing this. > > > Yep, KDE 3.0.0 had quite a few bugs and they even still existed in 3.0.1 > > but puetzk is squashing them as quickly as I can find them. Hopefully > > 3.0.1 will be mostly bug free. I will most likely have debs finished by > > the time 3.0.1 is made available to packagers (May 8). I already have > > test debs available now but they still have a few debian specific bugs > > in them. > > But couldn't you at least update your "debian" control subdirectories on KDE > cvs? This would give anyone the possibility to play around with a running > base... > Under KDE_3_0_BRANCH, you should find reasonably up to date kdelibs, kdebase, kdeadmin, kdenetwork and probably more (I just can't be bothered to check). arts debian is currently in HEAD. I will backport it into ARTS_1_0_BRANCH hopefully later today. -- David Pashley email@example.com Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione.
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