UDS Considerations for Kubuntu

Steven Sroka sroka.steven at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 17:19:23 UTC 2011

>On 13 October 2011 12:26, Scott Kitterman <ubuntu at kitterman.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, October 13, 2011 11:08:42 AM Jussi Schultink wrote:
>> Is there a reason we dont just put a whole lot of effort this release into
>> giving upstream the help they need to get these into good shape?
> At this point upstream has worked on it for years and haven't got there.  I
> think any marginal benefit we could provide would not have a signficant impact.

"Every little bit helps" is not just a saying in this case - anything
can help, and no matter how small, it can be useful.

This can also be applied to the Kubuntu project ;)

> Now that (for better or for worse) this is in a release, the best thing we can
> do is give upstream high quality feedback in the form of bugs.

High quality feedback is highly needed, but so are fixes. If there are
no resources to provide those fixes then that is OK, but defaulting to
better feedback because what "we could provide would not have a
significant impact" is not the best option.

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