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--- Comment #10 from Elmar Stellnberger (AT/K) <estellnb(a)gmail.com> 2008-05-02
13:30:48 MST ---
Lubos, you can believe me, if I only had the opprotunity, I would implement
all of it - all of the kwin and kdesu bugs/enhancements. Unfortunately I am
deerly required to work on something else at the moment.
The reason why I have assigned a priority to that simply is because another
request, that one for the SuseUpdater, which is by itself already resolved,
depends on it. Perhaps it is not the task of the people from KDE to implement
this, for it may not be of great concern outside the Suse-project.
Nevertheless, my transeunt regards concern those people who have already
voluntary invested some or even considerable effort in testing the ZENworks
package management frontend(as shipped with 10.1&10.2) and will now, as the
next major release namely 10.3 is impendent, have to notice that some of their
most liked features simply have disappeared in the consecutive, merely yast
based release of the package management frontend to libzypp.
Consequently I have lately assigned priorities to all requests concerning
potential feature drawbacks in the pkg.mgm.frontend, that may affect the
average, engaged user as well as an enhancement(Enh 380292) as a potential
candy for the double-testing effort. The OpenSuse project ought to keep and
encourage its community of practice (Lubos, you simply wanted me to explicitly
state this; that you can confess quiescently.). Thourough testing as well as
the provision of an intelligible, concludent set of features, part of which can
be provided by the soc.cop., may and will be key issues for the success of a
software product. It is not a kudos if the final release of a distro greets
with the backtrace of the screensaver, as was the case for Su10.3/kde.
As long as no one is against it I will continue to assign priorities(at least
up to the level of three) if I believe that a request is of increased
importance to the OpenSuse-project, simply because that feature has been
activated for me; - and a vote for those which I would appreciate to become
resolved in regard to my own flavour and purpose.
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