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Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Yes, but will there be GNOME 2.14 packages for FC4 while it still
> is "current" and not moved to Legacy, like what was done with
This is exactly what I don't understand, would the same apply should
Fedora be based on QT and KDE for those packages too, then?
> I mean, the common reason given to NOT provide GNOME update
> packages usually is the ammount of system files or interactions
> that GNOME has, I wonder if KDE does not have such issues,
> wouldn't it then be a problem with GNOME's design, then?
Thats a question for the development lists.
I guess I'll post this on the desktop mailing list rather than the
main devel list, as it is a direct desktop issue more than a
distro-wide issue (well... mostly).
It would be better to ask in the development lists or the
> Has KDE already moved into Extras?
No it has not. Such plans are very much undecided.
Ahh, I read about this discussion som weeks ago, and I was kind of
> Because in that should free up some hands to improve on GNOME (or
> am I getting this totally wrong?).
> Sorry if my comments don't make any sense to anyone but me.
From the development as well as user perspective, what applies to
package X does not always apply to package Y.
I understand that's not always the case, is just that the recent move
to KDE 3.5 and no next GNOME packages got me thinking. That's all.
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