KDE Backports?

Martin Meredith martin at sourceguru.net
Wed Aug 10 13:30:36 CDT 2005

We've discussed doing such, and it'll take a lot of work to do so, while
we are sworking on it, it's slow work and takes a lot of effort. We're
probably going to wait and just abckport 3.5 once it's released (from
breezy+1 to breezy - it'll be easier because there wont be C++ ABI
transitions :D)

Seth Kinast wrote:
> Oh goodness, no. Duplication of effort would not only be inefficient, it
> would make tech support a nightmare if the packages worked any
> differently than the official ones. If anything, set notices somewhere
> where 342 packages can be found... but don't backport them yourself!
> John Dong wrote:
>>>Since not everyone is aware of the kde34x repos at kubuntu.org
>>><http://kubuntu.org>, and probably more people are aware of Backports
>>>and Extras, do people here see any value in Backports also supplying KDE
>>>3.4.2 packages a la ~hoary1 style?
> --
> Seth Kinast
> http://sethkinast.com
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