Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 4th Nov 2009 21:48 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
KDE KDE 4.3.3 has been released. "KDE 4.3.3 has a number of improvements that will make your life just a little bit better. Some of KWin's effects have been smoothed and freed of visual glitches, JuK should now be more stable, KDE PIM has seen its share of improvements while in the back-rooms of KDE, the developers are working hard on porting all applications to the new Akonadi storage and cache."
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RE[4]: I have to try OpenSuse
by vivainio on Thu 5th Nov 2009 21:12 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: I have to try OpenSuse"
vivainio
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2008-12-26


And looking at those point, fixing bug is only one of the five major goals.


Makes more sense than it being two of the major goals, don't you think?

Well, actually I care, or rather, I'm concerned... This is the last thing KDE needs - more publicity and marketing for a distro that gives it such a bad reputation.


Now, the bug reports will be forwarded directly to kde upstream, which allows kde to fix more bugs. That's good news for everyone that cares.

I agree that Kubuntu somewhat dropped the ball on Karmic. Sound is totally broken in Kubuntu side. I'd like Kubuntu to take a "pulseaudio or bust" sound strategy, that is, an application that didn't work with pulseaudio would remove kubuntu-desktop metapackage (or have sound output disabled completely by a patch).

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RE[5]: I have to try OpenSuse
by Morty on Thu 5th Nov 2009 22:19 in reply to "RE[4]: I have to try OpenSuse"
Morty Member since:
2005-07-06

Now, the bug reports will be forwarded directly to kde upstream, which allows kde to fix more bugs. That's good news for everyone that cares.


If that is what they are going to do. I'd rather say the opposite, it will make the situation even worse.

It will increase the amount of useless Kubuntu specific bugs in the upstream bugtracker, draining resources from KDE developers and bugsquad. Currently there are already to many of those bugs in the KDE bugzilla.

Edited 2009-11-05 22:22 UTC

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vivainio Member since:
2008-12-26

It will increase the amount of useless Kubuntu specific bugs in the upstream bugtracker, draining resources from KDE developers and bugsquad. Currently there are already to many of those bugs in the KDE bugzilla.


You really think the few developers Kubuntu has have got the time to break all those packages? As the "Timelord" plan indicates, almost all the Kubuntu bugs are in KDE upstream, and now they need to get them there faster.

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