Re: Where is kdenetwork, where is Chris?
Karolina's debs were excellent, and I for one will continue to use them until
at least kde 3.1.1.
As for the kdenetwork situation, it is strangely reminiscent of the problems
we had with kde 2. Perhaps the packages need to be better distributed between
developers? Ivan set a bad precedent by maintaining all of them IMO.
I'll butt out,
On Tuesday 04 March 2003 10:42 am, Charles de Miramon wrote:
> The rumor on IRC was that there is a license problem that holds kdenetwork
> getting into Debian.
> What are these license problems, I have no idea. To my knowledge, Chris
> Cheney has not posted on kde-policies or on any kde mailing lists on this
> Sadly, it is not the first time that Chris Cheney has been incapable of
> communicating, cooperating with others and creating a team spirit.
> We still don't have a proper web site, Karolina's hard work is more or less
> wasted, progress on the Debian desktop initiative has been null and the
> prospect of a simple kde metapackage for easy installation for newbies
> seems a farfetched dream.
> A good maintainer for KDE in Debian should not only have good technical
> skills but be able to manage a team of fellows packagers, communicate to
> the users and power users for feedback, delegates some tasks. Ralf Nolden
> is good at it, Ivan Moore was good at it. Chris is much younger and don't
> have this experience, maybe he can learn. Indeed, if he wants to have a
> successfull career in IT after University, learning to be a good team
> manager should be his priority as it looks like it is its main weakness.