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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by Shaine » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:22 pm

:oops: so sorry

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by kage » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:46 am

Hi Boo,

Thanx for all the hard and good work,

Will Thunderbird 3 and the final version of Digikam (1.0) appear in this release?

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by dequire » Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:59 pm

kage wrote:Hi Boo,

Thanx for all the hard and good work,

Will Thunderbird 3 and the final version of Digikam (1.0) appear in this release?

Greetz
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I would assume that KMail will be the default email client. If this is the case, Thunderbird 3 will be available of course as an installation option. Also, as Boo stated above, this is an announcement thread.
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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by Boo » Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:39 pm

I have an ISO up for Dev testing and i expect it to become the RC.

thunderbird is version 2 and digikam is version 1.0 beta 5.
if you uncomment/enable the removed repo in the sources.list file you will find lots of newer versions.
eg: gimp, filezilla, vlc...

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by roshanpius » Wed Dec 30, 2009 1:44 am

Hi Boo,

That's great!!! How can we download the dev-testing version? which mirror is it uploaded on?
Currently using Kubuntu 9.10(with KDE 4.4 beta), Mint Helena(Gnome), OpenSuse11.2(with KDE 4.3.4)

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by kage » Wed Dec 30, 2009 5:21 am

Boo wrote:I have an ISO up for Dev testing and i expect it to become the RC.

thunderbird is version 2 and digikam is version 1.0 beta 5.
if you uncomment/enable the removed repo in the sources.list file you will find lots of newer versions.
eg: gimp, filezilla, vlc...

Boo

Great news!!! and many thanx for the update!
I wish you and the dev team all the best for 2010.

greetz from the middle of Holland

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by kage » Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:31 am

roshanpius wrote:Hi Boo,

That's great!!! How can we download the dev-testing version? which mirror is it uploaded on?
Hi roshanpius

the iso is just for the dev team to test it. If they give a green light it wil appear on all mirrors and an announcement will be made.

(just keep an eye on the mirrors.)

greetz
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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by blazemore » Wed Dec 30, 2009 8:27 am

So when can I expect to be able to play with this?
I've tried loads of KDE distros, Mandriva was probably the best.
Kubuntu was very disappointing, so I'm looking forward to the polish of Mint.

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by roshanpius » Wed Dec 30, 2009 10:41 am

kage wrote:
roshanpius wrote:Hi Boo,

That's great!!! How can we download the dev-testing version? which mirror is it uploaded on?
Hi roshanpius

the iso is just for the dev team to test it. If they give a green light it wil appear on all mirrors and an announcement will be made.

(just keep an eye on the mirrors.)

greetz
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Oops i jumped the gun. Didn't i. Sorry :oops:
I've been waiting to get my hands on Mint KDE ever since i saw the potential of KDE4 in kubuntu 9.10, even though it was very rough around the edges.
I'm expecting the Mint Helena KDE to be the best KDE4 distro to come out so far.
Currently using Kubuntu 9.10(with KDE 4.4 beta), Mint Helena(Gnome), OpenSuse11.2(with KDE 4.3.4)

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by kage » Wed Dec 30, 2009 2:53 pm

roshanpius wrote:
Oops i jumped the gun. Didn't i. Sorry :oops:
I've been waiting to get my hands on Mint KDE ever since i saw the potential of KDE4 in kubuntu 9.10, even though it was very rough around the edges.
I'm expecting the Mint Helena KDE to be the best KDE4 distro to come out so far.

Doesn't matter :)
It just is a very good example how eagerly were all waiting for the rc!

happy new year !

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by tomassen » Fri Jan 01, 2010 12:19 pm

When are you gonna release Mint 8 KDE?

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by blazemore » Fri Jan 01, 2010 12:37 pm

Yes is there an estimated release date for either the release candidate or final?

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by tomassen » Fri Jan 01, 2010 12:42 pm

blazemore wrote:Yes is there an estimated release date for either the release candidate or final?
they said "in a few days" "before new year"

anyway, it's 2010 now :D

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by aelfinn » Fri Jan 01, 2010 12:48 pm

Boo wrote:thunderbird is version 2
Just out of interest: would it be less than trivial to include TB3?

Oh, and a Happy New Year, everybody! :)
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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by bobcollard » Fri Jan 01, 2010 12:49 pm

tomassen wrote:
blazemore wrote:Yes is there an estimated release date for either the release candidate or final?
they said "in a few days" "before new year"

anyway, it's 2010 now :D
Let's hope they just partied Hardy and forgot.
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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by legendkiller » Sat Jan 02, 2010 3:08 am

I really don't know whether others will find it correct.......but i think LM guys are good 3 weeks behind......as other distros are already chipping away to their next release........ :shock:

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by Boo » Sat Jan 02, 2010 4:55 am

I have uploaded another iso for testing by exploder, and maybe even another one tonight.

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by kage » Sat Jan 02, 2010 8:58 am

legendkiller wrote:
vrkalak wrote:LinuxMint is not trying to compete with 'the other guys'

They put out new releases with 'known bugs' . . . the Mint Team won't tolerate them.

"It will be done, when it's done." . . . and well, worth it. That's why LinuxMint is the best ... outta the box.
i really don't accept the tone of your reply and its better if we don't discuss what other distros are upto...

please don't give me that silly "It will be done, when it's done." I have around long enough to know when a Developer Team is on schedule and when not....
Hi Legendkiller,

So. if you're as good as you say you are, why not join the dev team?

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by roshanpius » Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:05 am

Hi guys,

I think this thread seems to be going the wrong way.. As boo had mentioned some time back in the middle of the thread, this thread is only for the Linux Mint Helena KDE's release progress which we are all eagerly awaiting and that's all...

Frankly i dont think anyone should be commenting about the release schedule.. Linux Mint is as most other distros mainly a community driven project and none of us are actually paying the development team for downloading the Distro are we? So let's just let them do their job.. If you dont like it u are free to ignore it..
Currently using Kubuntu 9.10(with KDE 4.4 beta), Mint Helena(Gnome), OpenSuse11.2(with KDE 4.3.4)

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Re: Helena KDE CE update

Post by kage » Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:11 am

roshanpius wrote:Hi guys,

I think this thread seems to be going the wrong way.. As boo had mentioned some time back in the middle of the thread, this thread is only for the Linux Mint Helena KDE's release progress which we are all eagerly awaiting and that's all...

Frankly i dont think anyone should be commenting about the release schedule.. Linux Mint is as most other distros mainly a community driven project and none of us are actually paying the development team for downloading the Distro are we? So let's just let them do their job.. If you dont like it u are free to ignore it..
Hi roshanpius,

i fully agree with your post.

Greetz
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