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rene at debian.org
Tue May 22 11:29:11 UTC 2018
On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 11:37:54AM +0100, Michael Meeks wrote:
> + 6.1 late features
> + calc threading default / fixing (Miklos)
> + lots of fixes this week.
> + writer – red-lining re-factoring (Michael S)
> + KDE5 work (Bubli/Thorsten)
I am a bit torn about this.
I enable gtk3_kde5 right now, as I *do* know the users do want KDE5
integration (and Qt4 is dead, and packages in Debian should disable its
usage if possible, so I am not shipping the kde4 thingy, besides it being
"broken" as the fpickers need never-upstream-done Qt patches, see
As long as gtk3_kde5 works... and kde5 maybe not as-good...
I want to avoid the situations of the early gtk3 days when we enable it
and ran into many UI problems and thus we disabled it again...
- disable gtk3 for now again, too shaky
(closes: #799251, #799049, #795131)
Debian buster will (most probably, unless I really try to "squeeze" 6.2 in,
compare the dates in  and ) freeze and release with 6.1.x.
OTOH, risking this in 6.2 and having even less time to shake stuff out in
"real-life" is worse.
As said, I am a bit torn about this :)
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