Jamon Camisso jamon.camisso at utoronto.ca
Sun Oct 23 12:32:43 CDT 2005

Jason Straight wrote:
> On Sunday 23 October 2005 12:56, Jason Straight wrote:
>>Of course now I have other KDE related issues. I have to say I'm VERY
>>disappointed at the decision of kubuntu to release with non final KDE. As
>>far as I'm concerned if KDE is in beta on the distro, so is kubuntu. I
>>understand the desire to release alongside ubuntu, and I also understand
>>wanting to have the greatest and latest KDE for Kubuntu (really, I love
>>having the ability to try the newest betas and RC's), but I really think
>>that Kubuntu should have launched with a KDE that was done! It's just
>>stupid to have so many known broken things, and of course I updated my KDE
>>trying to get past the automount thing and found my arts now broken, along
>>with some other quite annoying things.
>>There's no reason Breezy couldn't have come with the latest stable release
>>and put the new kde in updates later. I really lost a bit of respect for
>>the distro over that decision.
> Whoah, I see that's not that case. Ok, I appologize, and now I have to 
> investigate why my damn KDE was so messed up after install. And now to 
> rollback kde. I had so many problems I just assumed it was 3.5 beta :-/

You might want to check this thread for the arts problem:

Apart from that, 3.5 beta2 seems fairly stable for me.

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