On Thu, 4 Mar 2010, Kevin Kofler wrote:
Mike McGrath wrote:
> Alternatively, the KDE SIG could stop ignoring the problems that were
> caused this week by the updates they released. Even an "I'm sorry I broke
> your desktop" would go a long way. The update the busted my desktop
> happened on a pretty vanilla install, I suspect lots of users experienced
Of course we're sorry for the issues caused by our update, and we're doing
what we can to resolve them as quickly as possible. (For example, we will be
pushing a kde-settings update to enable Nepomuk by default so that scary
Akonadi warning goes away. Hopefully that won't cause more chaos, crossing
fingers. The resource-eating Strigi file indexing will stay disabled by
default in F11 and F12, of course.)
It's just that it's a more productive use of everyone's time to help fixing
the issues instead of complaining about what's already done.
Sorry, i guess I wasn't being as clear as I could have been.
I'm not complaining about what's already done.
I'm complaining because it is going to happen again. I just feel the
issues that have come up could not be spelled out better then they have
and I think the KDE sig has learned no lessons at all from it.