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    Re: All your kdebase3 belong to every dist but us. (Score: 3)
    by Anonymous on Sunday, May 12 @ 14:06:31 BST

    After reading the “KDE 3” article posted to debianplanet a month ago or so, I can give you the following impression of a not yet debian user (but I’m only waiting to see woody released before i will convert my suse box to debian):

    What the hell is the big problem of including a package, which is considered BY IT’S DEVELOPERS to be stable at least into sid???? Debian is a ‘pacakging community’, nobody (at least please not the packager!) should try to make the software better than it is considered by it’s main developers. Why not shovle kde3 and xfree4.2 into sid? Is this branch called unstable or do i need someone to explain me that unstable for a debian-user actually means : ‘already fairly stable and well tested’?


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