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Month: September 2010

Re: [kubuntu-kde3.5-users] Problems installing kdelibs-data kdelibs4c2a

From: Ilya Chernykh <neptunia@...>
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 21:18:25 +0400
On Thursday 02 September 2010 21:12:47 Timothy Pearson wrote:

> In my opinion it would have been better for KDE3 as a whole if we could
> have worked off the same codebase, but it seems that OpenSUSE has always
> shipped a heavily modified version of KDE.  Not all users want those
> changes, so it is probably better to have the two separate versions.
> Trinity is the equivalent of the old vanilla KDE, and has pulled in many
> of the the non-SuSE specific patches from the SuSE RPMs, as well as other
> sources.  SuSE is what it always was, and I can respect that.
> I politely ask that this list remain focused for discussion about the
> Trinity project itself, and that other projects that wish to remain
> completely isolated from Trinity only be brought up on the trinity-devel
> list in the context of GPL-released patches that can be applied to the
> Trinity codebase.  If you or others would like to discuss OpenSUSE, please
> do it on their dedicated list(s).

Seems you did not understand me. I am talking not about patches, but about 
I suggested you to browse the OpenSUSE KDE3 repo to see if there are any apps 
you did not include in Trinity. Say, KBibTex, kde3-texmaker, schafkopf etc. I 
also plan to include
other software such as KDE3-based version of VirtualBox, Firefox etc.