Am Donnerstag 05 Februar 2009 09:18:51 schrieb Michal Seben:
they were already some discussions what to do
with these packages. Well if it's garbage (e.g. 2 years unmaintained)
it's clear, drop it without moving to contrib or kde:community.
I think if it compiles moving to community is enough, it's not lost that way
and people can easily take over maintainership if they want it, otherwise let
it rot till it doesn't compile anymore (or decide in a general community
But what with other stuff on list ?
I think we should look on this problem from the user point of view, what
repo should user add if he want install kde3 app and it's not in main repo
? - from previous discussions I understand kde:cummunity is only a
playground and contrib is some kind of "better place", so after
discussions it looks that better place is really contrib
That's how I understood it as well, I'd suggest moving most kde3 apps without
port into contrib as long as they are usable, no alternative exists (ex.
KInternet @Stefan Kunze) and they keep building
But then i see another question what repo should user
add if he want
install kde4 app ( like kde4-shutdown) and it's not in main repo ?
kde4:community or contrib ?
Depends on the quality as well I think, same requirements should apply here as
well. There are a lot of plasmoids which don't qualify qualitywise for contrib
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