Re: Where is kdenetwork, where is Chris?
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On Tuesday 04 Mar 2003 6:49 pm, Chris Cheney wrote:
> Long story... ;)
Can I also thank you for giving us that appreciation of the situation. I feel
like Felix - I have a working system, by using your unofficial packages, but
I would prefer if I got them properly and consistently from sid.
But it does throw up one serious problem - for as an important package as KDE
in Debian we are rather reliant on your hard drive, and your exams (or rather
lack of them - although good luck with them anyway).
On of the problems with this list is that its suposedly user oriented. Ralf
raised the possibility of a kde-debian-devel list, either on debian or on kde
mailing lists. Since neither have appeared I assume nothing has happened
after they were first proposed. This would then have been a much more
natural vehicle to raise these issues and see if anyone else could help.
In particular, perhaps the ability to bring together Karolina's packaging
efforts for all the other kde applications and bring them into an on official
debian archive. I am sure I am not the only one who hates the problem of
having to decide which side of a mutually incompatible fence to have to sit
only to find you have chosen the slowest moving.
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