Fwd: Kubuntu 10.04 will be LTS but it is ready for that

Richard JOHNSON nixternal at ubuntu.com
Thu Feb 25 18:19:10 GMT 2010

On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 06:45:37PM +0100, TRINGALINVENT at libero.it wrote:
> Well, seems to me that a great part of KDE works fine: Kde-Pim applications don't have many problems. Only Nepomuk is not really good: sometimes strigi (and soprano) gives problems and block the system. It's a rare case but, in effect, if we want to make 10.04 an LTS release it will be safer to disable Nepomuk and Strigi (obiously if the user wants, he can enable them).
> The other parts of KDE are good, and I think there are no other problems. Kubuntu is ready for LTS.

Nepomuk on its own has been fine for me, however Strigi is the first thing
I disable, as like you said, it gets in the way, however it isn't rare for
me. I have noticed that it continually indexes the same areas when they
were never touched or changed. This gets annoying when you are trying to do
something and strigi is hammering your hard drive.

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