On Sunday 27 December 2015 12:08:45 Steve M. Robbins wrote:
> Hi,
> Thanks a lot to all who responded.  I sense a strong feeling against
> introducing new Qt4-based packages right now.  And this makes sense to me.
> Given that my only motivation for a Qt4 version of these libraries is for
> DigiKam 4.x, I will propose instead to avoid the new library packages by
> bundling the sources into digikam.  This is, essentially, returning to the
> situation with DigiKam 4.4, which included sources for the following:
> libkdcraw  libkexiv2  libkface  libkgeomap  libkipi  libksane  libkvkontakte
> libmediawiki.  Some of these are currently in the archive as Qt4 versions
> and some are not.  My strategy would be to bundle the minimum necessary.
> I know the Debian stance on "convenience" copies of libraries, but in this
> case (a) no-one wants or needs a new Qt4 version of these libraries, and (b)
> it is temporary as DigiKam 4.x is going away within 6 months.
> Let me know if you have a better idea.

I would simply say: ship it. I think that in this *very specific* case it's 
the right way to go.

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