[Kde-pim] KDE 3.3 Release Plan is up
kloecker at kde.org
Sun May 9 16:09:05 BST 2004
On Sunday 09 May 2004 09:43, Andras Mantia wrote:
> On Saturday 08 May 2004 18:30, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> > I'm very much in favor of separate KDE PIM 3.x releases for the
> > rest of KDE 3. Especially this means that KDE 3.3 will not contain
> > KDE PIM, but since KDE PIM 3.3 will have been released shortly
> > before, it won't make a difference for people who are waiting for
> > KDE 3.3. OTOH people who only want to upgrade KDE PIM won't have to
> > wait for the KDE 3.3 release.
> > BTW, I envision the same modus operandi for KDE 4. All KDE PIM 4.x
> > releases should be kept compatible with KDE 4.0. This would make
> > KDE PIM a reasonable choice for companies because they could use
> > KDE 4.0.x for 2+ years and still have the possibility to upgrade
> > KDE PIM.
> I'm not a kdepim developer and I cannot decide on what you do, but I
> don't know why is kdepim such a different part than the rest of the
> KDE. Why wouldn't those same user want an upgraded browser? Or PDF
> viewer? Then we are back to the old question about releasing kdelibs
> and applications using a separate release schedule.
Andras, of all KDE developers I wouldn't have expected you to ask such a
question. Why would a user want an upgraded Quanta? Why wouldn't the
same user also want an upgraded Konqueror? What's so special about
If you can't answer this question yourself then you might want to ask
Eric why he wanted that Quanta (even Quanta 3.3 BE 2 according to the
Quanta homepage) still runs with KDE 3.1.x.
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