Hi Martin,

Am Samstag, 9. November 2019, 09:38:38 CET schrieb Martin Steigerwald:
> Am 08.11.19 um 16:08 schrieb Martin Steigerwald:
> > Sandro Knauß - 08.11.19, 11:05:44 CET:
> >> I started to upload KDE PIM 19.08.2 to experimental. It should be
> >> functional, if it is compiled. As I switched the way how KDEPIM is
> >> handled (I now use virtual packages instead of symbolsfiles), it
> >> can't detect if "external applications" are  broken. This is fixed,
> >> if I get green light for #942415:
> >> https://release.debian.org/transitions/html/kdepim.html
> > 
> > Thank you very much. Looking forward to it!
> > 
> > I take this as an invitation to test it, once it has been build.
> > 
> > Of course, as it is still in experimental, I get to keep the pieces if
> > things break. I would report back to this list on any issues and report
> > anything that is a bug as a bug then.
> Okay, just as a warning:
> I broke it.

thanks for the warning. I did not listen to you and updated nevertheless. ;-) 
I could upgrade all packages installed with version 4:18.08.3-1 to version 
4:19.08.2-1 (the ones from experimental). I can use KMail, KOrganizer and 

> apt dist-upgrade upgraded without any issues or warnings, yet, there are
> still not all packages at the right version and thus I am unable to
> start kmail, kontact or akgregator at the moment.
> https://paste.debian.net/1115372/
> So better wait a bit longer.

Maybe try again now.

Kind regards

> It might be a good idea to tighten some of the version dependencies so
> that this would not happen. However, I know this is experimental and if
> it breaks one gets to keep the piece.
> I will try to update again later today to see if it fixes things.
> Until then Thunderbard 70 will do or I will downgrade to 19.08 again.
> Thanks,

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