and got this answer,Kubuntu release a new version, 12.04 LTS, on April 26.
Do you intend to release a corresponding version of Netrunner very soon after?
quite civil I thought. So I will have a look when they do release.Yes, we need 1-2 weeks for testing our different implementations.
water spirit wrote:1) So the real answer to my actual question, seems to be, that there is no release schedule.
water spirit wrote: 2) I noticed that someone asked the same question at the netrunner forum .... "Yes, we need 1-2 weeks for testing our different implementations".
I would like to think that atleast oldschool, the finest linux usrs/devs likes/improves KDE and relating SW ?
dvhenry wrote:I'm running mint kde, and I like it, I agree it's not polished ..... I believe it has more to do with the manpower available to produce that polish...
dvhenry wrote: openSUSE with kde gives a good example of a polished desktop (don't get me wrong, openSUSE has its issues too), a properly setup kde can be impressive and very reliable.
dvhenry wrote: ... that the kde desktop itself is to blame ...
dvhenry wrote:I don't understand the anty KDE sentiment here!!!!
The way I see it KDE fills a gap that Gnome can not, to suggest that mint can't equal openSUSE with KDE seems defeatist, so do you believe no point in trying? ?
A new factor in the equation may be the new KDE SPONSOR for Mint and Kubuntu though: Blue Systems company. They, by the way, release their own Kubuntu derivative: netrunner-os.
A VERY nice KDE distro. KDE IS THEIR BELOVED ONLY CHILD -- and not a step child.This is a POLISHED UBUNTU-BASED KDE distro.....when could you ever use these 4 bold words in the same context
KDE has NEVER been polished enough (including all Codecs and such) on ANY other Ubuntu/KDE based system, including Mint-KDE.
I had (quality wise, honestly) given up on Mint-KDE. clem and jamie-boo just didn't care enough. Simple as that.
BubbaBlues wrote:For the life of me I can't figure out why people constantly rag about Mint KDE. I use Mint KDE 64 bit, and I tell you that it is more polished and
usable than anything else I've tried. AND i'VE TRIED ALMOST ALL OF THEM. 95% of other distros aren't even in the same league when it comes
to speed, polish and ease of use. And that includes open suse which is a complete caotic mess. You people should go and try using some of that other
stuff a while and maybe you'll learn to appreciate just how good Mint KDE is.
Fandangio wrote: I am linking the idea of moving to a rolling distro.
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