Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 14th Jan 2008 14:41 UTC, submitted by superstoned
KDE "I think it's really necessary to respond to some criticism seen on the reactions to the latest OSnews article. I won't go into the article itself, imho it's rather negative, but hey. From an user's perspective, it makes sense to only review 3 or 4 parts of KDE 4 and complain about them, and ignore all the other brilliant pieces of work in there, right? On to the responses, I found this reaction by dagw to be the most typical. Well. That's painful. So, is he right? Did we make the wrong decision? Let's look at it from a broader perspective for a while. Let's see it in the Grand Scheme of Things to Come."
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A dot.oh release is a feature complete dot.oh release.

A 0.x release isn't feature complete, but stable.

For unstable versions, developers does have alpha, beta, RC, DP ... or - like in the kernel - odd numbers.

Sorry, this release is only meant for publicity, nothing more. Shame on KDE-Team (because KDE 4 platform does have potential),

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KDE 4.0 is feature complete for the features that have been targeted for 4.0.

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