KDE 3.1: delayed
mueller at kde.org
Sat Dec 7 03:24:27 GMT 2002
On Fre, 06 Dez 2002, Neil Stevens wrote:
> KDE does give
> the impression that KDE is endorsing or even creating these packages.
Binary Packages. Some Linux/UNIX OS vendors have kindly provided binary
packages of KDE 3.0.5 for some versions of their distribution, and in other
cases community volunteers have done so. Some of these binary packages are
available for free download from KDE's http or ftp mirrors. Additional
binary packages, as well as updates to the packages now available, may
become available via the KDE servers over the coming weeks.
Please note that the KDE Project makes these packages available from the KDE
web site as a convenience to KDE users. The KDE Project is not responsible
for these packages as they are provided by third parties - typically, but
not always, the distributor of the relevant distribution - using tools,
compilers, library versions and quality assurance procedures over which KDE
exercises no control. In addition, please note that some vendors provide
binary packages solely through their servers. If you cannot find a binary
package for your OS, or you are displeased with the quality of binary
packages available for your OS, please read the KDE Binary Package Policy
and/or contact your OS vendor.
Dirk (received 69 mails today)
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