That thread - Any hope of KDE 3.5 in F10?
alajal at gmail.com
Mon Jun 16 13:33:52 UTC 2008
On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 5:50 PM, mike cloaked <mike.cloaked at gmail.com>
> Since posting via gmane seems not to have propagated through to the
> main list I am sending this separately:
> Anne Wilson <cannewilson <at> googlemail.com> writes:
> > Maybe they can't. Some problems can't be fixed until we get 4.1. On the
> > whole, though, I agree with you. It took a little getting used to, but I
> > like it. I'll put up with its shortcomings while it is 4.0. 4.1 is only
> > few weeks away.
> This has been one of those threads that last and last - and it seems to me
> that occasionally frustration with an issue builds up and eventually we
> get these everlasting complaints sessions.
> I think everyone would probably agree that KDE4 is not perfect at present
> but I feel we should accept the real experts' view that underlying this new
> desktop is a concept that will eventually not just supercede the old KDE
> but will eventually yield a lovely desktop that we will get to love
> when it is polished and optimised - but it will take a little time.
> If you have ever done any programming yourself you will know that getting
> optimised bug free code first time round almost never happens barring a
> miracle - so let's give the devs a break and allow them a bit of time
> too much heckling! A little praise might no go amiss at times either!
> I accept that a calculated risk was taken in including KDE as 4.0.3 in F9
> but I also accept their judgement and we may well be seeing strong praise
> rather than condemnation in F10's lifetime when we reach 4.1+ or 4.2.
> As has been said a number of times - you can always stay with F8 for the
> moment until KDE4 has 4.1 out the door and that will be in a month or so.
> That will still be some months before F10 release by which time KDE4 should
> hopefully be a really nice desktop.
> I am filing bugs in BZ when I find issues and all of us who are using KDE4
> should contribute to its development by doing this. Certainly I have found
> that the few people who get changes implemented are generally very
> and do a great job in either amending things for Fedora or represent Fedora
> interests upstream.
> Most of the complainers do not directly fix things - so we all perhaps need
> a little patience and do our bit to help rather than simply grumble.
> My 2pennyworth...
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