Re: Kde 3.5 ...
On 6 May 2010 20:54, Mike Bird <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu May 6 2010 10:24:08 Dotan Cohen wrote:
>> > Even with perfect packaging KDE SC 4 is slow and unreliable,
>> Slow? Can you elaborate? I can help with that.
>> Unreliable? In what way?
> Are you aware that KDE PIM developers noticed that the percentage of
> KMail users on KDE-PIM's own mailing list has dropped below 50%? Even
> KDE developers are fed up with KDE unreliability.
No, I am not aware of that. I also don't use Kmail.
> Did you check my email's user-agent string?
No. Do you customarily read the complete email headers of those whom
with which you correspond?
> It's "KMail/1.9.9" - the
> last Debian STABLE KMail. How come you're not using KMail if it's so
> stable in KDE SC 4?
I cannot use Kmail until two feature requests are implemented:
Thunderbird has this implemented as an extension:
> Sune is not interested in working on KDE 3.5 but he's using slrn via
> I have great respect for Ana's work but even Ana is using Mutt.
> Have you ever actually tried converting normal office workers from
> KDE 3.5 to KDE SC 4? I have. Twice. Utter failure.
I have done tens of KDE 4 installs, and filed or triaged over 1300
bugs at KDE. I have installed KDE-based systems for home users,
students, university laboratories, a library, and some small home
offices. Am I qualified enough for you to tell me what's wrong