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  • #11
    Originally posted by Ericg View Post
    Seconded, get his ass out of here
    Good luck with that, when we can't even get bo$$ banned...

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Honton View Post
      Oh. So now we can see all the ghost hackers who were hidden before. Im very much looking forward to see the boost at Ohloh. We are talking about a promise of 100s of hidden hackers. You could be the first to uncover those, if they ever existed. And yes you are completely right. KDE4 is dead now, the only question that remains is if KDE5 is dead on arrival. If it will ever be finished. Mint lost its KDE sponsor last month. Ouch
      Gnome 3+ was dead on arrival remember Canonical helpped develop it it was not intell Gnome 3.10 that it was use able for many users

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Honton View Post
        Oh. So now we can see all the ghost hackers who were hidden before. Im very much looking forward to see the boost at Ohloh. We are talking about a promise of 100s of hidden hackers. You could be the first to uncover those, if they ever existed. And yes you are completely right. KDE4 is dead now, the only question that remains is if KDE5 is dead on arrival. If it will ever be finished. Mint lost its KDE sponsor last month. Ouch
        Yeah, it's been dying and dying and dying and dying for decades now, yet it's still here, as healthy as ever.

        You make a terrible clairvoyant.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
          Yeah, it's been dying and dying and dying and dying for decades now, yet it's still here, as healthy as ever.
          In germany we have the saying „Totgesagte leben länger“ ☺

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          • #15
            Originally posted by ArneBab View Post
            In germany we have the saying „Totgesagte leben länger“ ☺
            Indeed. For example, more than 10,000 Taiwanese school PCs switched from GNOME to KDE as the default desktop recently.

            http://dot.kde.org/2013/10/02/ezgo-f...aiwans-schools

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            • #16
              Prank

              Originally posted by rvdboom View Post
              Michael, can you ban this annoying sourpuss?
              I don't have anything against him creating flamebait threads like his "Gnome kills KDE" rubbish. After all, if people wants to loose their time arguing with him, that's their life.
              But it is extremely irritating to have it jump on any KDE thread and polute them with his gibberish.
              Of course I can ignore him but I still get all the answers to him, usually quoting his nonsense.
              Michael would have to track him, and his other impersonation, and the other one, etc. It's difficult when a false one like "Honton"-"Funkstar"-whatever_today pretends he is another one, to try to fool internet readers:
              http://phoronix.com/forums/showthrea...640#post340640

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              • #17
                Originally posted by Nth_man View Post
                Michael would have to track him, and his other impersonation, and the other one, etc. It's difficult when a false one like "Honton"-"Funkstar"-whatever_today pretends he is another one, to try to fool internet readers:
                http://phoronix.com/forums/showthrea...640#post340640
                It's not difficult to just ban an IP address. Sure, he could work around that by posting from public locations, or other ways, but that's annoying and after a few bans it's likely he'd just give up and go to trolling a more easily accessible site.

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                • #18
                  Why is it that every thread ends up becoming a troll-fest? Hopefully that the irritants are being banned more promptly so that they can learn how to behave themselves and not make a$$es of themselves.

                  Back on topic, I have thought that there would be no new features except bug/security fixes for the KDE 4.x series? If this article is to be believed maybe there's one last batch of goodies that the good KDE devs are putting in to put the icing on the (k)ake.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by DeepDayze View Post
                    Back on topic, I have thought that there would be no new features except bug/security fixes for the KDE 4.x series?
                    There will be no new features for kdelibs since 4.9 or so and kde-workspace (i.e. kwin and plasma) since 4.11. There will still be updates for applications and other libraries, possibly into 4.13 or beyond. The idea was to make a smoother transition compared to 4.0, with the old libraries supported with bugfixes for a longer time to make porting applications more seemless to users.

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                    • #20
                      kde dev numbers

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