seed changes in quantal
debfx at ubuntu.com
Sat Jun 23 07:54:28 UTC 2012
On 23.06.2012 09:07, Harald Sitter wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 8:55 AM, Scott Kitterman <ubuntu at kitterman.com> wrote:
>> On Saturday, June 23, 2012 12:11:37 AM James wrote:
>>> As for the general idea that MS Office interopability is a hard requirement
>>> for an office suite, I personally don't buy it given that there are viable
>>> alternatives available. Please note that I am by no means discounting the
>>> reality of many people's work and academic requirements.
>> Everyone who lives in my house from elementary school age up has this
>> requirement. I think we should showcase KDE applications where they meet
>> average user requirements, but I don't think we should do so when the don't.
>> Firefox by default anyone? (how many people use rekonq as their primary
> 2 non-devs + riddell ... see my request for rekonq pre-SRU testing
> mail from earlier this month
> there is a quality concern as big as the mariana trench if next to no
> one on the team actually uses a very important part of the software we
> throw out there... also, doogfood? omnomnom -.-
Despite some claims in the last default browser debate QtWebkit still
receives zero security support and that seems very unlikely to change
at least for Qt 4.
> FWIW, since firefox upstream does not want to integrate with the
> plasma workspace, while the chromium upstream does, I do believe the
> users would be better of with latter
Yes, now that we moved to universe chromium is imho the best candidate.
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