dotancohen at gmail.com
Sun Jan 13 14:34:33 GMT 2008
On 13/01/2008, Howard Coles Jr. <dhcolesj at gmail.com> wrote:
> Exactly. I think the quality of it is more important than the timing of it.
> Let the Trade rags say what they will, their bashing M$ for being late never
> hurt sales. I believe the guys who are working on KDE can and will get it
> As for KDE 3 being very buggy, I don't recall that at all, of course my memory
> has been known to be in beta as well, :-D. However, I do expect software ALL
> software to have problems, even KDE 3.5.8 has problems. That's not an issue.
> What I'm beginning to wonder is how much participation in Beta the Devs got.
> If they're thinking everyone thought this was gold code, then I wonder if the
> problem doesn't come back on us as a user community. I say that because I
> didn't see a whole heck of a lot of discussion about what was and what wasn't
> in KDE 4 feature wise, and what did and what didn't work function wise.
> Even in the KDE user list I don't see very much on it.
Probably because not enough people used the RC. I, for one, knew from
the begining that I'm waiting for a point-one release.
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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