KDE 3.1: delayed

Dirk Mueller mueller at kde.org
Fri Dec 6 17:02:34 GMT 2002

On Fre, 06 Dez 2002, Neil Stevens wrote:

> So you want it both ways.  Lead users up the steps by linking to binary 
> packages, then slam the door in their face if they have problems.  How 
> interesting.

quoting from http://www.kde.org/packagepolic.html:

We strongly prefer that the binary packages are made by the distribution
vendors whenever possible. This (hopefully) ensures that KDE is as 
integrated into the distribution as possible and doesn't feel like a 
"add-on". Only when a distribution or OS doesn't provide packages will we 
ship a user built package.


Frequently Asked Questions

I have a problem with a binary package. Who do I contact?
    Please send a note to whoever created the package. Their email address 
    will be included somewhere in the package itself. Do not complain to 
    the KDE official contacts or PR reps as individual packages are out of 
    their scope of knowledge.

Dirk (received 508 mails today)

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