first, Sune doesn't have opinion about it. > Problem: how are you convince people doing the hand-reviews this is a > needed fix?
what's the point to have kdelibs/kdepimlibs/kdebase-runtime in Lenny ? => IMHO, to have some KDE 4 applications running and to be able to develop/build some KDE 4 applications as well. With current kdelibs, we can't build kdevplatform/kdevelop and we have already a bug report against it. So, a) We can forget about kdevplatform/kdevelop and say to people, they couldn't play with this module. b) Update kdelibs to support this module. proposal (a) let me think if we can skip a module, why not skip kdelibs/kdepimlibs/kdebase-runtime in Lenny and say to people that if they want run/build/develop applications for KDE 4, skip Lenny, wait for upcoming Sid with KDE 4 and the backports ? cheers, Fathi -- http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-kde-talk