non-KDE CVS apps in bugs.k.o

Waldo Bastian bastian at
Mon Jul 7 10:33:41 BST 2003

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On Monday 07 July 2003 08:23, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> hi...
> going through b.k.o  i've noticed that there are a few apps listed there
> that aren't in KDE's CVS. while i have no real objection with this, per
> say, i was just curious as to whether or not this was desireable?
> in the last 6 months...
> ... kbear has had one bug closed (of 7)
> ... brahms has had no bugs closed (of 5)
> ... kmerlin has had no bugs closed (of 5)
> ... klyx has had no bugs closed (of 7)
> ... krusader has had no bugs closed (of 16)

klyx is in cvs, it has a module of it's own. I don't think it's under active 
development though.

> an exception to this pattern is boson, which has closed 51 bugs, with 60
> bugs outstanding for a total of 31 new bugs in the last six months. it
> seems the boson devels actually use k.b.o, despite being hosted at
> ...
> my only thoughts are that i wonder if it is useful to keep non-CVS apps in
> k.b.o when they obviously don't use the service?

I just checked and kbear, kmerlin and krusader all seem to have valid e-mail 
adresses linked to the package in bugzilla. So the bugreports should reach 
the maintainers. I'll CC them so that they can comment on the situation.

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