KDiff3 craft setup
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Thu Mar 7 23:40:10 GMT 2019
El dijous, 7 de març de 2019, a les 11:33:16 CET, Kevin Funk va escriure:
> On Tuesday, 5 March 2019 21:11:11 CET Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> > El dimarts, 19 de febrer de 2019, a les 7:35:58 CET, Kevin Funk va escriure:
> > > On Monday, 18 February 2019 17:06:25 CET Michael Reeves wrote:
> > > > https://download.kde.org/stable/applications/18.12.1/src/kdiff3-18.12.1.
> > > > tar. xz
> > > >
> > > > Get some one tell me how to change where it's trying to download from.
> > > > KDiff3 is not part of applications and doesn't follow the same
> > > > versioning.
> > >
> > > Heya,
> > >
> > > Could you please reconsider that decision and check whether it's not more
> > > worthwhile making kdiff3 part of KDE Applications? It will save you (as
> > > the
> > > maintainer) and others (distribution packagers) a major headache.
> > >
> > > You'll be responsible for releasing kdiff3 now and in the future if you
> > > choose to do your own release schedule. Let me just say: It's not
> > > something which is particular entertaining in the long-term. Your KDiff3
> > > involvement will get less eventually, and then someone else needs to take
> > > over releasing it -- if it's part of the KDE Apps cycle it'll be done
> > > automatically, no matter what.
> > >
> > > KDiff3 is not the type of application which needs its own release cycle,
> > > IMO, it's too small & "undynamic"  for that.
> > Just answering now because i did ignore an email named "KDiff3 craft setup"
> > since i don't know anything about craft and it seems now this is being used
> > as some kind of agreement that KDiff3 should be moved to KDE Applications.
> > Personally given KDiff3 has not had any release on its own for a long time I
> > would very much prefer to get a few releases on its own.
> > This way new features/fixes can be released sooner if needed and not tied to
> > the more strict KDE Applications schedule.
> Well, I dont agree, but choose your pain :)
> This might be true for the very first few releases, but after that you'd be
> better off just taking part of the KDE Apps cycle.
Yes, that's exactly what i said (or wanted to say).
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