KDE 4.1.2.....

I.s,baran Ak├žay?r isbaran at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 10:23:04 BST 2008

Frank Reifenstahl wrote On 06-10-2008 12:09:
> Hi,
> after having watched and commented on that IMHO unfortunate decision to
> distribute a developer state version as a dot zero I tracked the dev of
> KDE 4 during the past months. Now, after having updated to 4.1.2
> (opensuse 11.0) I gave a first try to KDE4 to prove itself.
> - Kickers system area didn't make the move, so I tried to activate that
> mini applet manually. After having started  the other mini apps icons
> moved, but where should be the system area there was only emptiness.
> - Right mouse click on that area popped up the well-known menu, but that
> menu was cut into two halfs by the lower edge of the screen with the
> lower part of the menu appearing at the upper edge of the screen.
> - I tried to define a global shortcut (shortcut config of KDE3 didn't
> move, too), but that app crashed after having entered the first key
> combination.
> Shutdown to alpha-state KDE4.... I would recommend to number the next
> version as Sorry, guys, if I or any of my workmates would
> be that venturous and distribute such a crap tagged with
> "ready-for-production" labels (that's what 4.1.2 means to me)... give
> your fancy full scope.
> Dear persons in charge @ KDE: you are turning version numbering over to
> meaninglessness. The release policy of KDE4 is an absolute scream.
> This email is for your pillow. Don't discuss, I've had enough, it
> doesn't pay.
> Regards
> Frank

I love and enjoy using kde4 ( a normal user would not definitely )
thanks for your work btw, but i think the same about versioning, to
early to say even "it works" or "stable"

best regards
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