On Wed, 2009-10-07 at 12:40 -0600, Petrus de Calguarium wrote:
Kevin Kofler wrote:
> We take longer to build things (there's certainly some
> room for improvement there), but you get:
> * regression fixes which come out shortly after the
> release, * all distro patches, * once pushed to stable,
> updates are "supported" (as much as Fedora is,
> which doesn't include commercial support) and tested
> (that's what updates- testing is for).
No complaints about how things are done. That's why I
stuck with this distro since 1999.
I am guilty of complaining. I've strayed, but I always come back.
Things were pretty dark back in the KDE4.0 days, but I'm very happy with
how it all turned out. The KDE rewrite was worth it. But its easy to
say that now that we have a desktop that totally works.
The Fedora KDE team took a lot of flack back in the KDE 4.0 days. A lot
of it was out of their control once the decision was made to go abandon
3.5.x. That aside, they handled the situation very well.
The Fedora KDE team is very good. They are on the lists, working on
code and issues and moving things forward every day. If they don't want
to release code to stable, I really don't want to run it, unless I want
to help out testing something. I totally trust their decision about
releases. It will get released when its ready and not before.