On Friday, 2014-10-10, 00:19:51, Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer wrote:

> So my *personal* plan for Jessie+1 is this: not loose a single second on
> QtWebEngine.
> 
> Of course I won't stop anyone in trying to ship it. But if no one steps up
> to maintain it I will not hesitate in simply ignoring it as much as
> possible, even at the point of not shipping stuff that depends on it.

Since this is the web engine of Qt, is then plan not to ship Qt at all or not 
to ship this specific module?

Assuming the latter, wouldn't that mean that each application will have to 
ship its locally bundled version, resulting in dozends or hundrets of per-
package copies of the module of significant size?

Cheers,
Kevin

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