Re: KDE plans for the lenny cycle
On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 05:08:41PM +0200, Mario Fux wrote:
> Am Freitag, 13. April 2007 10:40 schrieb Tom Albers:
> Good morning
> > > Toma, i would like to hear your opinion about this :)
> > Thanks for asking.
> > We ( = KDE in this case) are still on track for the 4.0 release in october.
> > If Lenny is released in 24 months, that means ~18 months after that
> > release. It's obvious that 4.0.0 is not the version to release with Lenny.
> > I think there will be a few minor releases quickly to iron out the most
> > urgent problems and I expect a 4.1 release for some bigger changes.
> > To summarize: I think 3.5.7 will be a great stable and reliable release, we
> > can't say much about KDE4 untill it's out there, but I think it should be
> > possible to get it stable in time for Lenny, I think that's in upstreams
> > interest as well ;-) But it's to early to say which version. In any case
> > there's always 3.5.7 to fall back on.
> Just a thought:
> What about the possibility to have both (kde 3.5.x and kde 4.y.z) installed
> and runnable in parallel?
For the Lenny release do you mean? I think i will not be possible:
a) because i do not believe they will can be installed in parallel.
b) double work for a (small) packaging team.
> But this is a good opportunity to say all of the debian-qt-kde team a big
> thank you for your work! Thanks a lot.