Has Anybody Seen Bug Fixes for Anything?

Ben Boeckel MathStuf at gmail.com
Sun May 31 06:59:44 UTC 2009

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Arthur Pemberton wrote:

> On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 12:48 AM, Eli Wapniarski
> <eli at orbsky.homelinux.org> 
>> People use browsers, word processors, games, email client, 
im clients etc. The first app that
>> gets opened makes the desktop disappear. If the apps don't 
work what good is the desktop other
>> than to look pretty but dumb. I do not need my desktop or 
apps to be a huge blonde moment (male
>> or female take your pick). I need to get the things done. If 
kde developers want to jerk around
>> they're bored and get things half finished and then say 
brand new here it is. This whole process
>> has been one the least professional processes I have been 
through in computing in a very long
>> time. (Fedora / KDE people notwithstanding in this tirade 
they as usual do a superb job) then
>> ignore their user base, well then there will be defection. 
 Which by the way I am seriously
>> considering and trust me when I say this is painful for me 
since I have been a loyal and
>> passionate kde user for years as Rex can attest. But enough 
is enough. If I wanted to install
>> super karamba I would have installed super karamb a. Now KDE 
has pushed it down my throat in the
>> form of plasmoids the very least they could do is have the 
thing work the way it should.
>> 4.3 is a personal milestone for me. After a tirade like this 
one, to be fair I will wait till
>> 4.4 and leave without a whisper (I'm sure some are saying 
yea!!! :)  ) . KDE either works the
>> way it should or I will have to go elsewhere.
>> Thanks for Listening :)
>> Eli
> Re desktop apps
> A significant number of KDE users don't seem to like 
Konqueror as is.
> Very very few web designers seem to be testing again KHTML. 
So I
> believe Konqueror + KHMTL is going to be harmful to KDE for 
quite some
> time.
Until another browser comes along that integrates as well into 
the KDE experience, it's default here. Also, it can't use more 
than 20MB of RAM on startup. I think I'll be waiting for quite 
a while ;) .

- --Ben

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