Hey, > And now that the facts are on the table I will give you my personal opinion: > even if lots of important apps depend on it I would remove it at least from > testing. I can understand your option and also think this is okay, but I would like to get a exception for kdepim/kdepim-runtime.
Mails are very important for users, so removing it from testing would make it impossible for testing users to read their mails. Additionally we have already a solution in experimental kdepim based kf5 + akonadi5. A first version is already uploaded to experimental and me is currently updating it to 15.12. Hopefully after that we can think about pushing it to unstable. But we have also have to handle the applications depend on kdepim, that also needs to be updated (zanshin, kopete,...). Regards, sandro -- Am Friday 22 January 2016, 17:43:59 schrieb Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer: > And now that the facts are on the table I will give you my personal opinion: > even if lots of important apps depend on it I would remove it at least from > testing. > > Why? Well, I have been the only one uploading qt4's webkit since 02 Sep > 2014, and suffering it's hardware build requirements and it's codebase. I > really don't want to continue suffering it (I will already have too much > with Qt5's one), so if keeping it is the selected option someone will have > to step in for maintaining it. > > So (keep) proponents, be aware that you might be offering to do the job > yourself ;)
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