Re: KDE 4 simply broken
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Modestas Vainius wrote:
> Plain wrong. Even your statements "kmail is unusable" and "I've used it
> for nearly a decade" are contradicting.
For some values of "use" and "usability"... I've used it extensively, and
even when it was too broken I switched to Thunderbird (which I cannot
remember crashing, maybe once or so), I still used kmail occasionally (like
once a week), if only because it was the default mail reader in KDE and I
let it fire up kmail when clicking mailto: links.
With KDE4 I really tried using it as my primary mail client again but had to
give it up.
Your statement "restarting it usually solves most issues" also seems, to my
mind, to contradict the statement that it is usable - that's my subjective
opinion of course, but I also don't think mainstream users find such issues
in mail clients acceptable.
> If you hate kmail, switch to something else. Plain simple.
My mail was about the suitability of kmail for release so there's no need to
get personal. (And I don't hate kmail, I quite like its features which is
why I spent time on bug reports and testing.)
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