What's really missing ;) (WAS: Re: Interpreting FHS)
FWIW and only IMHO: I like that the layout used for KDE is the same
as the rest of Debian.
Nevertheless I agree that there is a 'big' problem with KDE in
KDE is configured to put config files to
/etc/kde2 but KDE nevertheless uses /usr/share/config
There is something wrong in kdecore/kstddirs* or so. Fix this
and then put into /etc/kde2/system.kdeglobals the dirs
uses. This makes all sysadmin happy that are able to do
handle the configure-make-make-install mantra.
I guess that there's a similar way a user can manage a ~/my-kde
tree but I never tried.
Just my two € cents,
P.S. IMHO the I-want-to-switch-daily-between-kde2-and-kde3-and-mess-up
is the one that drives Debian maintainers crazy. I would never expect
or some one spending his free time to take this on his shoulders and
therefore I will never ask for it. Remember just IMHO ;)
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