Hi Jimmy, Am Dienstag 12 Mai 2015, 07:02:04 schrieb Jimmy Johnson: > On 05/12/2015 02:02 AM, Christian Hilberg wrote: > > Hi all, > > > > seeking for a less-painful-than-self-compile way to get > > KDEPIM > > 4.14.7 into Debian/Jessie (for much the same reasons as > > pointed out by the OP), I stumbled across > > > > http://kdebian.org/ppa/ > > > > While this repo seems to have all of the packages I'm after, > > I do not really know to make heads or tails of it. > > > > There site does not mention any maintainer. The owner of the > > domain hides behind some privacy service. There seems to be > > some connection to a live.ru account, but that does not > > necessarily mean anything. > > > > Other than being referred to from some blog posts, I did not > > find any information as to whether or not this PPA can be > > trusted. I for one do *not* trust, because of missing > > information about who's behind that PPA, but maybe there is > > some info about this site I missed? > > > > Anyway, the DSC files from that repo might be worth a look > > when trying to set up some trustworthy alternative to it, > > which would surely be of a great relief to Debian/Jessie > > KDEPIM users. > Christian, this may help you: > "KDE updated in Debian, here's how. In this guide we will see > how to have KDE in Debian constantly updated thanks to > third-party repositories KDEbian." > http://media-opensource.blogspot.com/2014/09/kde-updated-in-deb > ian-heres-how.html Thanks for the hint. This is one of the above-mentioned blogs linking to http://kdebian.org/. I'm still somewhat reluctant to use this repo, for no other reason than the creator of the PPA hiding. Undoubtedly, there may be good reasons to do so. But it gives me a hard time trusting in it. Sure, I can always read the sources, as has been suggested in another reply. :-) I did not do that for the packages I've got from Debian, because the fact that they do not even try to hide who they are makes me feel I can trust them. This is not the case for http://kdebian.org/. However, thanks dear Debian folks, thanks dear Debian community. You're great. Christian -- kernel concepts GmbH Tel: +49-271-771091-11 Sieghuetter Hauptweg 48 D-57072 Siegen http://www.kernelconcepts.de/
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