Office/ and Utilities/ menu reorganization
thiago at kde.org
Mon Aug 8 19:05:56 BST 2005
Michael Nottebrock wrote:
>It would probably make release management quite a bit easier for
> everyone involved if KDE would lose a substantial portion of the
> applications it's currently shipping instead of keeping adding new
> ones. Kdeextragear is very much the way to go there.
I don't see your logic here.
The developers and maintainers would have to do the release management,
packaging and annoucement.
The translators and documentation writers would have to keep track of
The packagers would have to keep track of new releases, more dependencies
and more build scripts to maintain.
For a user of a distribution/OS that doesn't split packages, that's more
packages to install and keep track of. For the distributions that do, it
might be a nightmare to adapt.
Users who build from sources would have to keep track of more packages,
new dependencies, new build orders, etc.
So, how would it be easier for everyone involved?
Thiago Macieira - thiago (AT) macieira.info - thiago (AT) kde.org
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