KDE 3.1: delayed
neil at qualityassistant.com
Sat Dec 7 03:35:52 GMT 2002
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On Friday December 06, 2002 07:24, Dirk Mueller wrote:
> On Fre, 06 Dez 2002, Neil Stevens wrote:
> > KDE does give
> > the impression that KDE is endorsing or even creating these packages.
> http://www.kde.org/announcements/announce-3.0.5.html :
In my experience, users aren't reading those whole things. They're so
long. Maybe if they were cut down to the bare important facts, details
like that would get more attention.
But anyawy, I'm not saying that these people are right. I'm just relating
to you what I'm told over and over by people giving user support.
The reason I'm so familiar with that package policy page, is that I have to
point people to it *all the time*, so they'll believe me when I tell them
that KDE doesn't make those packages that just broke on them. It's always
"I downloaded it from kde.org" or "It was linked on the KDE announcement."
So when things go wrong, they blame KDE, not their true vendor.
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
Delenda est Carthago
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