What's the official status of 3.5.x, anyway?

Duncan 1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Sun Jul 12 14:41:56 BST 2009

James Richard Tyrer <tyrerj at acm.org> posted 4A59E6A9.5050307 at acm.org,
excerpted below, on  Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:35:37 -0700:

> I'm not clear on exactly what he meant.  However, while it is true that
> users or distros are not forced to do any one specific thing with regard
> to running KDE-3, reality does constrain the choices that are available
> to a user or distro and over time these choices will become more
> constrained and/or less desirable.

That's close enough to what I meant to serve the purpose.

Of course, as some may be observing by now, it'd have likely taken me 
about five paragraphs to say the same thing, so thanks. =:^)

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