KDE 3.5.1 and 3.6

Carsten Niehaus cniehaus at kde.org
Tue Dec 6 07:27:53 GMT 2005

Am Montag, 5. Dezember 2005 20:11 schrieb Lubos Lunak:
> > Well, *if* they work and are stable,
>  "If" of course doesn't count. *If* I had never found a bug in my code that
> I thought was stable I wouldn't have to think too long about this.

Yes, sure. 

> > I wouldn't mind seeing them in KDE
> > 3.5.x. This is not even a 'real' feature if I understand you correctly.
> > KDE is doing the same thing: It starts, only faster.
>  No, it's not doing the same thing (and you made my day - do you think I
> just snapped my fingers and it was suddenly faster :) ? ). One of the
> patches that makes KDE (not only seem to) start faster is completely
> reordering the startup sequence.

He, that is sure. What I wanted to say: It is not a uservisible feature. The 
effect is the same, only faster. Therefore it would break featurefreeze. If 
your patches are tested by other people and are stable then it would be ok to 
add them IMHO.

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