sergey.rudchenko at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 17:51:36 GMT 2007
Richard A. Johnson wrote:
> On Friday 21 December 2007, Sergey Rudchenko wrote:
> | IMHO it's better to make stable as a mammoth's shit KDE3-based release.
> | I prefer to do not accumulate bugs in feature-racing.
> +1 on this idea, but are all of those who are criticizing our efforts, whom
> don't already contribute, going to step up and help us make it "stable as
> mammoth's shit?" Actually this is a bad analogy, because obviously mammoths
> weren't all that stable, I haven't seen one walking around Chicago in
> years :)
I think that shit of all mammoths either deeply frozen in polar ice or
moved to stable form long time ago. It's stable anyway.
Maybe this phrase is not so good in english as in russian. :)
> We aren't getting rid of KDE 3.5, we aren't putting any less focus on KDE 3.5,
> and it is my understanding that we are still following through with the
> specifications created at UDS Boston, we just won't have an LTS tag.
> Does adding the LTS moniker really make people feel that much more safe? I
> really wish we had numbers to see how many times an updated kdebase was
> pulled from the repositories for Dapper. I think this could really help us
> all decide on a positive medium.
My post wasn't about LTS label at all. It was only about reliable OS
appropriate for everyday use, not for KDE4 bootstrapping.
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