Re: new skoleknoppix
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On 2004-02-11 14:28, Conrad Newton wrote:
> From Runar Ingebrigtsen on Wednesday, 2004-02-11 at 14:07:26 +0100:
> KDE 3.1.5 (Debian unstable) will probably never be a part
> of Debian stable, since a backport for KDE 3.2 already exists.
> I think it is only a matter of time before KDE 3.2 makes its way
> into skolelinux, although it will not happen immediately.
hm, what I gathered from the discussion on email@example.com the plan
currently is as follows:
1. get KDE 3.1.5 in stable (currently stuck waiting on qt-xfree-11 build o
mipsele last I heard)
2. wait for 3.1.5 to migrate to testing
2. move the KDE 3.2 packages (existing) to unstable and shake out all bugs
on all the Debian-supported archs (expected to take at least 1 month, more
likely 2 as Debian supports more archs then KDE)
- -> wether 3.1.5 makes into a stable depends on when sarge will be released
> XFree86 4.3 is on the TODO list, but so far as I can see,
> the XFree86 4.3 stable backport has less momentum behind it
> than the backport of KDE 3.2 to stable, which has been
> pressed through with enormous speed (thanks, userlinux!).
thanks kde-debian (userlinux itself only does gnome)
> Backports of OpenOffice 1.1 to Debian stable do not yet
> seem to exist, although apt-get.org may prove me wrong.
> But since our man Gaute is both an OpenOffice.org developer
> and a skolelinux developer, I think this problem will also
> be solved.
LOL, Gaute I think you've just been drafted
Bart Cornelis (aka cobaco):
Coördinator Belgisch Skolelinux team
Coördinator Nederlandse Skolelinux vertaling
Skolelinux België- http://i18n.skolelinux.no/belgium
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