There is no sensible review that the release team can do on this massive
list of packages and major updates. Most of them are leaf packages, so
it seems reasonably safe to update them one by one as long as they get
tested.

Less sure about central libraries like kde4libs, kderuntime, kdepim,
kde-l10n, etc -- these affect large parts of the desktop, thus need
deeper testing. From my experience, every major KDE update causes a
bunch of test regressions which need to be actually looked at, otherwise
these packages get stuck in -proposed for weeks again. If you can commit
to that, fine (and I'd like to reserve the right to remove those from
-proposed which do cause regressions and are stuck for more than two
weeks).

Other than these remarks, I consider the Kubuntu team self-sustained in
this regard -- if https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-dev/+members want to do
this update, go ahead.

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  [FFe] KDE Applications into the Yakkety archive (including KDEpim)

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