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[opensuse-kde] Re: A little news on the KDE/Ubuntu side of things
On Tue, 7 Feb 2012 17:37, Roman Bysh <rbtc1@...> wrote:

On Tue 07 Feb 2012 07:06:42 AM EST, C wrote:
On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 13:04, Křištof Želechovski<giecrilj@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
http://lwn.net/Articles/479710/

Kubuntu - a regularly released community-friendly distro with a strong KDE focus.
There is no other major distro out there that matches that description

I beg your pardon?

Hah, yah I was thinking the same thing. maybe this is a chance for us
to raise our hands and say "Uhh.. guys... over here..."

Yes!!

Not to pour rain into your parade, but:

Remember: "Kubuntu 12.04 LTS" still will come. Just no Kubuntu 12.10
and beyond.

And: Our Wiki / Forum / Support structure is still not as good / complete
as the one of Ubuntu / Kubuntu. There is quite a way to go to catch up.

Carpe diem / Use your time until then.

Let's be honest: Where are we (OSS and upstream) still not as good as
KDE 3.5.x was?

Hints: PIM (Kmail2, akonadi, nepomuk and consorts.) is our biggest detriment and roadblock to a "great" UX.

Plasma got the jump to touch-devices with plasma-active, but where is
a "how to" and "intro" for the different kinds of plasma-apps, and how
about a "UX guide" / Case-examples on what do do / what to avoid?

There is work to be done. Let's be constructive. What do YOU miss?
What is THE roadblock for YOU on the way to great UX on KDE 4.x ?

- Just my 2 ct, Yamaban out.
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