On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 11:05, Martin Schlander firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That old song again?
The man in the street has no interest in playing around with unsupported, untested KDE packages, risking to break his system.
That is for geeks and enthusiasts. And if you can't decipher the darn wiki page which has been mentioned and explained on this list a million times at least, then you should probably just stop playing with those repos yourself.
Pretty hard to "decipher" the Wiki page when its information is wrong or at best inaccurate. The Wiki has stated since at least the 11th of January that the KDF repos for 12.1 contained the KDE4.8 builds... yet as of today, they still contain the 4.7.4 builds (for both 12.1 and 11.4).
It's confusing... which KDE4.8 does someone install? Upstream? Factory? What? It's NOT clear to the vast majority, and since KDE4.8 was actually released already... we're behind on our repos by a lot.
Personally I do not want upstream for testing... i want to test Factory with the openSUSE additions/tweaks etc. So tell me... what repo do I use? The one in the wiki which states it's KDE4.8 for oS12.1 isn't 4.8. So... yes, this old thing again.