my kde plans for this weekend
My plans for this weekend was
- to make sure that apps using the KDE platform actually knows wether or not
they are online (currently, in a mixed NM and /e/n/i setup, many apps think
they are offline when using the /e/n/i defined interfaces, and the state is
unknown in many pure /e/n/i setups) - patch by me, recently acked by
- get the bluetooth apps replaced from the kbluetooth things that generally
doesn't work to the bluedevil stack that I have yet to find a way to not
get to work
- try another time to get the debconf people to reintroduce the kde debconf
frontend. Updated by me.
In light of the freeze, are these things still relevant or should I rather go
to the beach ?
Do you know how to debug a desktop from AutoCAD?
First of all you neither have to close a BIOS case to the pointer, nor can
receive the system to save the tower on the fan.