Re: KDE Apps 20.04 (and Plasma) for Debian
Le 27.04.2020 23:43, Martin Steigerwald a écrit :
Rainer Dorsch - 27.04.20, 23:07:02 CEST:
just wondering, if anybody tried Norbert's repo for sid and bullseye
Of course I would love to see current Plasma and especially KF
Guys, I'm writing from KDE Neon which I'm trying for 3 months now.
If all you want is up to date KDE packages, then you should have a look.
But... understandably, it is built upon a stable base : Ubuntu LTS. So,
you will not have latest softwares for anything but KDE. You can't have
the best of both worlds. And frankly, KDE is in a polishing phase, there
is no big changes and big benefits to update. Rather, there is lot of
small changes that happens in a lot of parts that nobody use 24 hour a
So, I've worked with KDE Neon for three months. I didn't change anything
in the default KDE configuration. Coming from Sid, the desktop wasn't
the big fresh air I would have expected. A bit more stable, but I guess
it is because of Ubuntu LTS, not KDE. Actualy, it is a bit boring to use
daily — because I like Sid : in Sid there is often something to do, to
check, to discover, up to date softwares in most parts, very good
package descriptions (opposite to nothing at all in Ubuntu LTS), a lot
of options to try, very good READMEs from debian teams, KDE packages to
debug, etc. Sid is fun and I like to report bugs.
And also there is no miracles in KDE Neon : annoying KDE bugs are still
Don't expect too much in latest KDE packages. There is more changes in
underlying softwares, stay in Sid if you want the latest.
Xavier Brochard firstname.lastname@example.org
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