non-Unity flavours and Mir
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Fri Jun 14 17:12:46 UTC 2013
On Friday, June 14, 2013 11:09:25 AM Oliver Ries wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 10:56 AM, Thomas Voß
> <thomas.voss at canonical.com>wrote: [...]
> > > I think we're all after a good technical solution for which there are
> > > resources to implement. I know it won't happen upstream KDE and I'm
> > almost as
> > > confident the Kubuntu team is lacking the right skills to do it, so your
> > offer
> > > to look into it is most appreciated.
> > Great, feel free to point people into my direction and we can get
> > started as early as next week!
> > Looking forward to it and thanks for starting the discussion. Do you
> > need anything else from my side to get the conversations going?
> in addition to that I just want to highlight, that Jono and I are working
> on creating a forum for all interested Mir stakeholders (e.g. flavors, but
> also ISVs and others) to discuss such issues and drive alignment.
> We hope to have an update on that next week.
See this is part of the problem. I don't WANT to be a Mir stakeholder. I
want to focus my Kubuntu work on packaging KDE and making it work well.
Historically, one of the great things about Kubuntu has been that we could
rely on the work of the X team to give us a great display system with up to
date hardware support that we didn't have to worry about.
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