Moving KMail, KNode, Korn and related libraries to kdepim

Neil Stevens neil at
Wed Jan 15 05:01:10 GMT 2003

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On Tuesday January 14, 2003 04:34, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> And it should be possible for Gnome/Sawfish/Icewm/Blackbox/fvwm/whatever
> users to use KMail without the need to install kdebase just to get
> those two slaves. Yes, I know. The distributors should ... blablabla.
> What about people who prefer to compile from source? After all KDE
> releases source code only, remember? With having the POP3 and the IMAP
> slave in kdebase you force those people to download the huge kdebase
> tarball just for the tiny POP3 and IMAP ioslaves:

Given KDE's commitments to consistency, sharing, and integration, I don't 
see how it can be made a priority to coddle non-KDE users.  Something has 
to give.

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