Hello, On penktadienis 21 Gegužė 2010 17:38:57 Raphael Geissert wrote: > On Friday 21 May 2010 01:39:14 Sune Vuorela wrote: > > "System is broken so stuff doesn't work". No bugs in kmail here. > > So, if akonadi dies and is later unable to start (and you can't deny there > have not been such reports,) If there are such reports, you should follow up on them then (with backtrace preferably). Frankly, I have not seen such bug reports with current akonadi (maybe I just don't remember) which (and the text of the original bug report) makes me believe you really wanted to go forward with "no akonadi on my system no matter what" scenario. Sorry, that's wontfix. When you are bored, you can read the recent flamewar on debian- firstname.lastname@example.org about similar subject. > I can't even assume the email draft is saved? If kmail crashes, can you assume an email draft is saved? If browser crashes, can you assume the text in the textfield is saved? Most of the time, kmail autosaves email drafts so do some browsers. But sometimes kmail fails to do it. > The GUI was being redraw/refreshed but none of the buttons nor any other > GUI element/widget was working. That means that at least one thread was > alive and it could have saved a backup of the draft. > > Shall I reopen (and retitle if you wish) the br then? If you want this bug report alive, give it a sane title which does not scream "akonadi is not running on my system because I want so and I want kmail working anyway". Also give description of the real world situation, not a hypothetical one. -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
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