[rkward-devel] [rkward-users] Quick survey: Still using RKWard for KDE 3
thomas.friedrichsmeier at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Tue Oct 6 20:44:50 UTC 2009
thanks for your feedback (also to Michael and Malcolm).
On Wednesday 30 September 2009, Prasenjit Kapat wrote:
> > 1) Are you still using RKWard for KDE 3 (i.e. RKWard 0.4.9x or lower)?
> YES. (rkward 0.4.9b, OR the relevant svn branch - depending on
> > (No need to respond if the answer is "no").
> Statistically, it is important to get the "no" responses too ;)
True. But mostly I was interested in the follow-up questions. To explain: As
far as new developments are concerned, the KDE 3 branch is closed. Probably
we'll copy the latest changes in plugins to the KDE 3 branch, since plugins
are still (but not for very much longer) compatible. But other than that it's
only important bugfixes. And since the KDE 3 branch been around for this long,
any new "important" bugs are mostly going to be incompatibilities with new
versions of R.
> > 2) If so, which version of R do you use with that?
> Currently, R 2.8.2, but this updates from time to time....
Ok, but that means the installation is typically some months behind, so we
probably don't have to release 0.4.9c on time with R 2.10.0. I guess, we
should soon after, but it's just more comfortable to do only one release at a
time. So 0.5.2 will go first.
> > 3) Are there any specific reasons that keep you from upgrading?
> Yes: no control over the department's servers. They use RedHat EL,
> currently at 5.3.
Ok. To explain a bit about this one, I was poking for barriers that we might
be able to address inside RKWard. I'm afraid your department's servers are not
something I can do anything about, though ;-).
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