Aaron J. Seigo
aseigo at kde.org
Tue Sep 25 15:17:49 CEST 2007
On Tuesday 25 September 2007, Sebastian Kügler wrote:
> On Monday 24 September 2007 18:50:31 Tom Albers wrote:
> > > What I really wonder, though, is whether we can release KDE-4.0 without
> > > desktop icons. But I haven't talked to Aaron about that.
> > > I'm happy to drop the whole development issue of desktop icons (it's
> > > nothing but trouble and I don't use them myself...), but I wonder
> > > how users are going to react to that.
> > Konqueror is a beta goal, so we should answer this question soon. I've
> > never thought about this issue, but I think it's pretty important. I've
> > seen desktops where I advised to buy a bigger monitor to fit all the
> > icons.
> As far as I know there are plasmoid which act as desktop icons, so that bit
> should fall into place.
yes; in fact, my work from last week just before i left for tenerife was done
in part to make this more easily achievable. we can also, of course, do a
hell of a lot better for users than providing the icon ghetto.
as for Konqueror ... we have a file manager that is in good shape, we need a
power user browser and a web browser (konqi currently fills both of those).
should we hold up 4.0 for it? i don't know.
on a related note i finally got a chance to look through the page on techbase
and saw that kmail was noted as a showstopper. i wonder what happened to
the "people can run kde3's kdepim apps in kde4" consensus of just a few
months ago to result in kmail becoming a *showstopper* for 4.0?
Aaron J. Seigo
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