Re: Any hope of KDE 3.5 in F10? I want it too !

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--- On Sat, 6/14/08, Mike Bird <[email protected]> wrote:
> 
> There is reason to hope that in a couple of years KDE 4.x
> will be better
> than KDE 3.5, but for now KDE 4.x is unproductive for most
> users.
> 
> Distros that don't provide KDE 3.5 for their KDE users
> while KDE 4.x is
> being developed will simply lose most of their KDE users. 
>
Why would they lose their users?
They can create 3.5.X packages that will continue to work, Question is who is going to step up to the plate and deliver KDE 3.5.X packages for Fedora?

Are you willing to give some of your time to make this a reality?

Remember you can remove all of KDE 4.X from Fedora and build KDE 3.5.9 from source and no one should stop you from doing that.  There is no way that you can have the cake and eat it too! :)

> That is not a
> good thing for Fedora and that is not a good thing for Red
> Hat.  And there
> are things I'd rather be doing than migrating a bunch
> of installations to
> some other distro.
>
Kubuntu has two versions, one with KDE 4.0 and one with KDE 3.5.9, Debian will include KDE 4.X in testing and will not force it onto their users 

http://ekaia.org/blog/2008/06/08/lets-go-for-kde-359-in-lenny/

There will always be CentOS, Scientific Linux, other RHEL clones.  The kernel exuse is not a good one, you can compile your own kernel and move forward.  You want the latest and greatest except for KDE and not have to work at it, is not possible.

Regards,

Antonio  
> 
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