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Dear Ana,
Ana Guerrero schrieb am 19.04.2011 13:45:
> On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 12:49:52PM +0200, Kai Wasserbäch wrote:
>> […] I'd start the series with a post about dhmk and getting rid of Qt3 in
>> a few days […]
> We are not getting rid of Qt3, we are giving up to adoption. This should be
> done via a mail to debian-devel@ although you can of course blog after that!

we – as a team – get rid of it. That it was going to be given up for adoption
was clear to me, even though I agree, that my initial wording wasn't clear on
this. And I never intended to replace the official announcement (O: mail) to
debian-devel. I thought of it more as a wider-audience heads-up, maybe even
reaching some upstream developers of (scientific) applications and getting them
to switch to Qt4.

> I am planning to do a blog post about the kdelibs removal once arts is out
> with some numbers. But it won't be in the next 2 weeks.

If you already blog about (all) this, no need for me to do it too. I was just
missing some semi-regular KDE/Qt news on p.d.o to give the KDE/Qt stuff some
more visibility. But since Lisandro already pointed out, that you do/did these
kind of things, I'll defer to you. Let me know, by when you would need the piece
about dhmk to be included in your post and I see what I can do.

Kind regards,
Kai Wasserbäch


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