glib in kdesupport: yes or no?
Ian Reinhart Geiser
geiseri at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 10 04:52:24 GMT 2003
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On Sunday 09 March 2003 11:28 pm, Andreas Pour wrote:
> Maks Orlovich wrote:
> > > Here is a list of stuff we haven't started on in earnest but should
> > > start, that I presented at FOSDEM:
> > Is there a lower grade than F?
> > Sounds like what George Staikos assigned for communication on these
> > issues isn't quite low enough.
> KDE is facing institutional problems right now. The way I see it a small
> group of people thinks they "run" KDE, whereas they really do not. They
> thrive on secrecy. Their methods will not prevail.
Ummm have you been reading the list, or IRC?
This seems like we have quite a discussion, and everyone who has something to
say has been saying it.
> KDE needs to remain what it has always been: free, open, "democractic".
> No more back-room deals. That is unacceptable.
We have a few core guys who DO quite a bit, and KDE has always been guided by
the doers... Are you saying we need more backseat drivers?
Just a little confused here.
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