[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]

Re: kde4 status?

Rex Dieter wrote:
Adam Tkac wrote:
I think it would be better switch to KDE4 as soon as it possible (right
now) and don't try maintain KDE3 and KDE4 simulateously. Of course, it
will cause unstability, KDE team will be under heavy load, conservative
people could get heart attack etc. But I think new Fedora is more about
new features than about stability. Also if we switch to KDE4 now we
should discover more bugs and make upcomming KDE more stable. Bug-free
work is enemy of good work in our business :)

While I agree with your sentiments, there is a basic level of functionality
and reliability that is required to move forward with such a plan... which
simply isn't there (yet), I'm afraid.

<plug mode=shameless>
Any interested parties (that means you! :) ) are welcome to join in with the
KDE SIG to help move things forward,
As it is, things are moving much slower than I'd like.  We need a few more
active/motivated folks to help with the heavy lifting.

Note: I'm not a KDE user, nor am I planning to become one (not that I dislike KDE, Ím just happy with GNOME). I've been known to do some heavy lifting though, and since kde4 would be an uber cool feature, I'm willing to help, can you define heavy lifting a bit more?



[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]