turning off konq extensions by default

Jason Keirstead jason at keirstead.org
Thu Jan 13 18:14:54 GMT 2005

On Thursday 13 January 2005 1:45 pm, Luciano Montanaro wrote:
> > The issue with Konqueror is not that plugins earmarked for it are
> > initially activated, it is that every application under the sun add sa
> > Konq plugin, and it is usually not obvious to the user they are doing
> > this. Plugins in the Konq-plugins project sould be activated by default
> > without issue IMO.
> I'm not sure. Are you talking of the kdeaddons subpackage?

Don'tdistributors split kdeaddons into many packages, konq-plugins being one 
of them? Even if they don't - there are no other apps in kdeaddons that 
install konq plugins.

Basically, my viewpoint is this:

- Any plugins in the kdeaddons/konq-plugins should be activated by default

- Any plugins anywhere else, installed by any other app, should not (unless 
they are in kdenonbeta or something, in that case who cares)

If you wait by the river long enough, eventually
you will see the bodies of all your enemies float by.
    - Sun Tzu

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