[kde] KDE Themes - Installation - Too complex.

roach robert_spencer at mighty.co.za
Thu Jan 12 03:42:45 GMT 2006

On Wednesday 11 January 2006 14:22, Philip Rodrigues wrote:
> The main point is that in KDE, much as in any other open source
> project, the person who does the work makes the decision, and since the
> whole procedure is open, you have the power to make changes to improve
> things where you find problems (scratching your itch).

Since when do we have "the power". The maintainer has all the power and this 
isn't the first time I've seen a maintainer deny a perfectly valid bug. Once 
that happens there is nothing we can do.

Documenting the problem on the Net only helps those with Net access and does 
nothing towards closing/solving that bug.

Robert "roach" Spencer
South Africa
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