tuxmario.detreb at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 12:08:49 UTC 2015
Le 01/07/2015 11:50, O. Sinclair a écrit :
> On 01/07/2015 08:10, Valorie Zimmerman wrote:
>> On Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 2:19 PM, Felix Miata <mrmazda at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>> Billie Walsh composed on 2015-06-30 16:03 (UTC-0500):
>>>> No critter likes "change". We all want things to remain just as they
>>>> are, and always have been. The change from KDE3 to KDE4 meant that I had
>>>> to learn to use a new piece of software.
>>> Some of us in older generations have learned to not fix what ain't broke, and
>>> would like to see some respect from naive youth causing change. KDE upstream
>>> has at least twice discarded invested wealth by starting from scratch in
>>> order to institute perceived need to change. It's learned little from the
>>> wisdom that history provides.
>> Many of the changes have come about because if there is no fix, it
>> will *become* broken. Hardware changes, the kernel has to adapt, and
>> software changes radiate out in all directions as a result. I wouldn't
>> cast blame on the young, either -- some of us older folks create
>> Kubuntu, and create KDE.
>> We welcome all people of good will to help us build Kubuntu. If you
>> want Kubuntu to continue to grow and thrive, consider contributing. We
>> need people to test, to file bugs, to triage and fix those bugs, to
>> package, write documentation, translate and internationalize, promote
>> Kubuntu, plan meetings and gatherings, do artwork, and on and on. If
>> you have time, we need YOU.
> This all reminds me of the KDE3- KDE4 migration. But if we only want
> stability I would perhaps use Windows XP still (it is my job to know the
> various Windows versions) as it "does the job" in most cases. But, as
> pointed out by Valerie, will have huge problems with recent hardware. As
> will Trinity and eventually KDE4.
> I have all and full respect for those continuing to evolve KDE to stay
> up to date and not become outdated. Let us agree that "change is the
> only permanent".
> As many others I have decided to stay on KDE4 for now - I need a stable
> production environment. So I am one of those who do not help much with
> testing "bleeding edge" as I use Kubuntu to make a living and have
> issues with crashes, software not working yet and so on.
> But I follow the developments and changes with great interest and when I
> have time I run 15.04 in virtualbox to keep up and file bugs. Kudos to
> all devs, the VDG and others!
I read many bad remarks about KDE5 and Kubuntu 15.04. Some of its are a
little bit aggressive!
I only want to give my better feeling to KDE/Kubuntu developers about
the new releases.
The migration from 14.10 to 15.04 was very smooth for me and I had very
few problems to adapt my old brain (I'm 63 (old ?))
I like new features and I'm ready to support some issue but my usage of
Kubuntu 15.04 didn't reached any important one since end of April. So
give my congratulations to KDE/Kubuntu developers.
Naturally I recommend users to keep LTS release when needing a very
Regards : Mario ROGER
PS : I apologize for my poor English (I'm French)
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