On Mon, 2004-10-11 at 20:17, joelbryan wrote:
What if Fedora Core development was divided in two divisions, the
GNOME division and the KDE division, the releases will be available to
be GNOME-only or KDE-only releases on seperate iso's, the GNOME ISO
will specializes only on GNOME softwares and applications. There will
be a micro-managed bug fixing for GNOME-only related softwares, the
effort will be concentrating on much more focused approach than the
traditional (hybrid ISO's), same to the KDE ISO, wherein include a
KDE-only related (or specialized) softwares and applications.
Which version contains Xfce (which I run)?
You are also not considering that there are folks, myself included, who
run a mix of apps, both gtk and qt (like k3b) in our current
I think that you are taking too much of a black and white perspective
here. There is already a lot of divisiveness over these issues and I
don't think that this would help. There are already maintainers focused
on specific components, which roll up into the full FC releases and I
think that this approach serves the community well.
My 2 cents.