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Re: KDE 4.4.3 upgrade eats 141 MB of /home


On trečiadienis 12 Gegužė 2010 18:48:04 Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
> Options:
>  1. Conspire to keep the RC-bug count high enough on other packages for
> long enough that KDE 4.5 gets into testing.
>  2. Convince upstream to to release KDE SC 4.4½.0 before the freeze, or
> roll these new features into another KDE SC 4.4.x release before the
> freeze 3. Where possible, get the feature into Debian by working on the
> dependencies outside of "KDE-proper".
> I think I'm going to work on 3.  Virtuoso, Akonadi, and Strigi (among
> others) may be appropriate for a upgrade before either the freeze or the
> KDE SC 4.5.0 release.  The KDE-integration parts might be missing, but as
> long as new versions don't cripple KDE (AFAIK, their only "consumer" in
> Debian) new upstream versions and bug fixes can be accepted until the
> freeze.

Except that kdesupport applications are typically not the problem. It is KDE 
integration where majority of bugs are.

Modestas Vainius <modestas@vainius.eu>

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