Hello, On antradienis 10 Rugpjūtis 2010 14:33:12 Petter Reinholdtsen wrote: > [Modestas Vainius] > > > Secondly, I'm not denying that there is an issue about kdm creating > > useless files, but there is nothing critical or RC about it given > > the former. > > > > kaboom could be smarter in this case but again there is nothing RC > > about it. > > If this is the stance of the KDE maintainence team, as in willing to > release Squeeze with kdm producing files in /root/.kde/ when started > after boot and the root user to get a misleading and confusing > "migrate configuration" dialog when logging in for the first time on a > freshly installed machine, I'll spend my time elsewhere. Unless told > otherwise, I will take it that your view is shared by the rest of the > KDE team, and thus leave this resolution of issue for a future upgrade > of KDE. Petter, please be more constructive. I still have not heard why this bug should be either grave (users are not supposed to login to desktop with root user. Those who do are not in majority and are doing something wrong), nor serious (it does not violate debian policy) nor critical (which basically is a more severe level of grave). So that's how I see your words: "unless you bump severity to RC for no good reason, I refuse to help. And yeah, it's all KDE team's fault!". Oh, that's really helpful. As I have already said in my previous mail, if you want the issue solved, you're welcome to propose a good patch. Just to be sure that we are on the same ship here: if you want to force unjustified RC severity upon us because other people would be forced to work on the issue, such collaboration won't work well. If you're afraid that your efforts might be wasted, well it is all up to release team but we will try to include your fix. We can't promise anything because final word is not ours so, really, all the heat is pointed towards the wrong direction. -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
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