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Steven Sroka sroka.steven at
Thu Nov 17 21:21:55 GMT 2011

>2011/11/17 Andras Mantia <amantia at>:
> On Thursday, November 17, 2011 18:17:30 Alexander Neundorf wrote:
>> > i was not sure i agreed with that approach, but i have to say that
>> > the last few threads on this topic on k-c-d have supported their
>> > point :(
>> I would draw exactly the opposite conclusion.
>> If the signal to noise ratio here is considered too low, then having
>> the KF5 discussions here
>> * would have increased the signal, and thereby increased the SNR
>> * IMO would also have decreased the feeled need for the lengthy
>> discussions taking place now, since people would feel better
>> informed, which would decrease the noise, thereby increasing the SNR
>> Seriously, IMO it's a "bug" if the core KDE developers don't use
>> kde-core- devel for communication.
>  Exactly. Frameworks is the *core* of KDE. What is kde-core-devel then?
>> P.S. from my POV, I'm not sure using kde-core-devel for the
>> reviewboard mails is really necessary
> This is questionable, as those mails are about kdelibs patches, no?
> Think about those as what they are: contributions to kdelibs that need a
> discussion. Like in the old days, when you'd post a patch to a mailing
> list.

True, but then shouldnn't those interested in reviewboard patches go
read what's on the reviewboard?

> Andras

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