On Wednesday, 2012-11-28, Julian wrote: > On 28/11/12 03:21, Martin Steigerwald wrote: > > While I´d really appreciate testing packages for KDEPIM 2 I understand > > that they add additionally work for maintaining them in parallel. I > > remember some mentioning of new packages with KDE SC 4.10 and intent to > > skip 4.9 due to man power reasons here on this list. > > > > So please consult archives. AFAIR its all there. > > > > Thanks, > > I'm sure there is some reasoning from way back, but its pretty obvious > to me that kdepim/kmail/akonadi was a fail for squeeze and other > distros. > However upstream kdepim and kde in general is moving ahead and you > mention that they are skipping 4.9 altogether. I think what Martin is referring to is that Debian packagers are going to skip packaging 4.9 I am not aware of KDEPIM not having been part of 4.9 upstream. > I'm quite aware of the bugs with this package so I wonder if keeping > kdepim down @ 4.4.x everywhere is the best plan, particularly if > the problem is that there isn't much to test. That version is working very well, so staying at that for the new stable was likely a very good idea. Cheers, Kevin
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