On Tuesday, 11 September 2018 23:51:58 CEST Troy Dawson wrote:
On Tue, Sep 11, 2018 at 2:21 PM, Rex Dieter
> Troy Dawson wrote:
>> Now that the Fedora's modularity project has gotten over it's major
>> bumps, I was wondering what the Fedora KDE community thought about
>> making KDE modules?
>> Do you think making a set of KDE modules make things easier for
>> maintaining KDE across multiple releases?
> I don't know enough about modules to make a fully-informed response,
isn't one of the primary goals of modules to provide multiple
> streams/versions of packages?
> If so, I'm not sure that's something we'll ever want or need.
I can be used for multiple versions. And I'll be honest, I'm not sure
if that's really what is needed for KDE, other than maybe a "stable"
and "non-stable" version.
Well, there is not just a big chunk of stuff that can be either stable or
If you talk only about Plasma, the desktop (KDE is not a software), there
*may* be a Plasma LTS module and a Plasma-latest module.
It does not make sense to do it for Frameworks (which is always keeping the
API), nor for the bundle known as KDE Applications (where you want the last
version), nor for the applications which independent release schedule (Krita,
Krusader, Tellico, etc; same as KDE Applications).