Hello, On penktadienis 07 Gegužė 2010 21:39:19 Adrian von Bidder wrote: > Heyho! > > Yes, KDE 4 is not was KDE 3 was. It is different. This can be discussed > and there probably is no "right" answer. > > But my impression is that this list is about packaging KDE for Debian and > not about developing Debian. There are KDE mailing lists for discussions > about KDE. No, this list is for support of Debian KDE users. > Discussions about reproducing KDE bugs are probably appropriate as well > since some of the bugs might be specific to Debian. And at least it's a > technical discussion and gets some much needed QA work done. Of course they are appropriate. KDE users are subscribed to this and who else if not could try reproducing bugs? > Discussions about Kmyrandomprogram needing whizbangfeaturelib are just not > appropriate for this list. Restating the same opinions repeatedly in > increasingly angry/annoyed tone is not helpful. Take it up with the KDE > folks, and even if some of the KDE folks are also Debian folks: take it to > the KDE discussion space (be it lists, forums, blogs, I don't care.) Well, the discussions what about whether feature X which is somewhat "complete" could be included in Debian. The idea was not wrong by itself, but whether the discussion ended up to be constructive is another question. > (And: my C++ skills suck and I can't devote as much time as I wished to it. > So my kmail still doesn't have sane "Ignore thread" behaviour. Which is > probably one of the reasons I'm writing this rant as I otherwise wouldn't > have noticed that the discussions I'm talking about are still going on... > No, Sune, not much hope I'll become KDE upstream anytime soon :-) That's an example what you write to bugs.kde.org, not this list. We do not implement features. -- Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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