Alpha software and 9.10

Christian Mangold neversfelde at kubuntu.org
Tue Sep 29 21:45:52 BST 2009


On Tuesday 29 September 2009 22:40:22 Roderick B. Greening wrote:
> I'm for reverting to Dragon. The intention was to use kaffeine in the hopes
> that it would reach a stable quality by the time we entered beta. It seems
>  it has not. Dragon is supported and part of the default KDE and is pretty
>  solid, if still a little feature shy.
> 
> As for K3B, I have no issues using it. I think that removing it entirely is
> bad and reverting to KDE 3 libs to have the old version is bad. So, unless
> there are some serious regressions we are as of yet unaware of, it seems
> pretty stable here.

+1

We should probably be more careful with bringing alpha applications to the 
default installation in future.

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