o.sinclair at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 04:17:48 UTC 2011
On 12/12/11 22:15, Bruce Marshall wrote:
> On Monday, December 12, 2011 19:36:16 Mark Greenwood wrote:
>> That's great and I'm glad somebody is looking at it, but from my point of
>> view this is KDE 4.7.. the important part of that is SEVEN… we're coming up
>> to what, 2 years and 7 major releases since KDE 4.0 and this stuff still
>> doesn't work. Why is it even in there at all?
>> Whoever's behind KDE needs to take a big deep breath and realise that people
>> try to use their software as a part of their lives. Including components
>> which aren't finished and don't work and are a nightmare to configure
>> (akonadi has been this way since its first release) gives KDE 4 a VERY bad
>> reputation. I still think the idea behind nepomuk and strigi is a good one,
>> but the implementation of it is nowhere near ready for everyday use. It's
>> annoying a lot of people and making many switch away from KDE. Perhaps they
>> don't care, but I do.
> +1 (again)
> And add to this the disaster they call Kmail2. And why, almost 2 months
> after the release of 11.10, haven't they fix some of the bugs. 1) Find
> messages doesn't work, 2) fill-in of addresses doesn't work.
both find/search messages and fill-in of addresses work for me, Kubuntu
11.10 and kdepim 4.7.3
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