Matthew Miller wrote:
As everyone knows, the KDE Plasma desktop is a release-blocking
artifact for Fedora releases. KDE is important to us, and we don't want
to go out the door with it broken.
But, there's a problem that's coming up more and more. One of the
release criteria is that all of the default applications need to have
their basic functionality tested.* This is particularly a problem with
KDE, because the SIG has decided to ship so many applications
(apparently three web browswers, now).
I'd like to propose that we either:
1) significantly reduce the number of default apps to a more managable
We did remove several applications (e.g. we're down to 2 browsers), but we
didn't have time to go as far as we'd like (ie, more work to be done).