move klicker to kextragear

Frans Englich frans.englich at
Tue Jan 20 17:28:53 GMT 2004

On Tuesday 20 January 2004 15:19, Arnold Krille wrote:
> On Tuesday 20 January 2004 12:27, Rolf Magnus wrote:
> > On Tuesday 20 January 2004 10:48, Russell Miller wrote:
> > > klicker is a metronome program that has been living in nonbeta for a
> > > few months.  Yesterday I released the first stable release (1.0) and
> > > tagged it in CVS.  I'd like to move it to extragear, as it is now
> > > production quality.
> > > Are there any objections?  Is there anything I need to do?  Or can
> > > someone move it to extragear and let me know when it's done?
> >
> > What about the kmusic module? I'm not sure about releases, but it seems
> > to be a good candidate for that type of program.
> If the decision is between kdenonbeta and kmusic, there would be no real
> choice. Both are somehow death from the release-point-of-view and the
> everything-compiles-with-recent-technologies-piont-of-view...
> Either stay in kdenonbeta and take advantage of the kde-infrastructure and
> do your own releases or move to kdeextragear-* and take advantage of the
> kde-infrastructur and do your own releases.
> A new placer could be kdemultimedia...

IMHO, a bad idea. Klicker will be used by a small amount of users - 
kdemultimedia should cover multimedia use for a typical kde user(thus the 
majority of users). This is how I see it.

I think it would be good if we had a what-our-modules-should-contain policy, 
steering up things.


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