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  1. CrossOver is available for Linux, and much of the...

    CrossOver is available for Linux, and much of the codebase is shared across platforms. As Dukenukemx pointed out by bringing up the CSMT work, a lot of what happens on CodeWeavers' payroll benefits...
  2. A whole bunch of WINE's core developers are on...

    A whole bunch of WINE's core developers are on CodeWeavers's payroll, including Stephan Dösinger, the developer of the CSMT work. If you're a regular WINE user, buying a CrossOver license is a good...
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    It's also worth pointing out that the...

    It's also worth pointing out that the applications have forever had individual version numbers in their About dialogs; version numbers like "3.5" or "4.7" or so always referred to the roll-up.

    For...
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    Yeah, it's not a big problem in the grand scheme...

    Yeah, it's not a big problem in the grand scheme of things, but it's possible to run into it as darkbasic proved.
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    The apps generally work fairly well now, to the...

    The apps generally work fairly well now, to the degree they can (some work is left undone mainly because those things in Wayland haven't been fully spec'ed out yet, which acts as a cap on everyone's...
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    KDE actually started on Wayland-related work long...

    KDE actually started on Wayland-related work long before several of the projects you list, FWIW. You're being unnecessarily panicky there.
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    The problem is that the Plasma 5.1 tars depend on...

    The problem is that the Plasma 5.1 tars depend on Frameworks not available in tar form, so darkbasic is correct that's unfortunate. What's going on is that KDE Frameworks 5.3 will be released in time...
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    The renaming was done for PR purposes, but PR...

    The renaming was done for PR purposes, but PR purposes aren't irrelevant. Our community has grown more diverse over time, and the old naming didn't serve all of their activities any longer. That was...
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    Note there's much more new stuff coming in 5.1 --...

    Note there's much more new stuff coming in 5.1 -- the promo effort will only really gear up for the final, so the beta announcement is a little bare. Since you folks are used to the nitty-gritty you...
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    To follow on from what I wrote earlier, keep in...

    To follow on from what I wrote earlier, keep in mind that it implies Konqueror hasn't actually been a resource drain on anybody. As David writes in his blog post Konqueror-the-actual-application...
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    Sigh. Folks, you don't even really know what...

    Sigh.

    Folks, you don't even really know what Konqueror really is, and are spending a lot of effort fighting about this or that, none of which really applies.

    Let's recap:

    * The KDE...
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    ^ I'm not part of the Visual Design Group so I'm...

    ^ I'm not part of the Visual Design Group so I'm a bit uncomfortable speaking on their behalf -- but as far as I know the general idea is to align the Plasma and application theming more, and the...
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    I think this is a point worth highlighting, btw:...

    I think this is a point worth highlighting, btw: During the KDE 3->4 transition, we stopped the world for *several years* between the last 3.x feature release and 4.0. This time around we kept...
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    ^ About the temple icon, we've actually had the...

    ^ About the temple icon, we've actually had the same discussion. I'd expect it to be replaced later. It's one of those bottleneck/fell-through-the-cracks/dropped-the-ball deals - launcher icon...
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    TBH I actually don't know, I have to defer to...

    TBH I actually don't know, I have to defer to folks who worked on KWallet bits there - try catching apachelogger on Freenode e.g.

    (I work on core Plasma Desktop bits and a bunch of apps.)
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    Both Dolphin and Konsole are already ported in...

    Both Dolphin and Konsole are already ported in git, BTW - many of us have been dogfooding those ports daily for weeks. They're just not quite release-ready yet, and we're staggering releases rather...
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    99% of Plasma 5 is QML on Qt Quick 2 (and thus...

    99% of Plasma 5 is QML on Qt Quick 2 (and thus rendered through OpenGL), including settings UIs, which use Qt Quick Controls now. On platforms that support it properly we now have dedicated render...
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    The problem is getting from "ship with a better...

    The problem is getting from "ship with a better default theme" to actual assets. It's not that "I don't like it" isn't useful feedback, but it's (a) not very specific (and you need to make specific...
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    Plasma themes: 99% compatible. Plasma 5 added...

    Plasma themes: 99% compatible. Plasma 5 added some new theme elements so old themes aren't 100% compatible without some minor updates, but nothing that really breaks general visual appearance.
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    The Kubuntu team was a big aid during development...

    The Kubuntu team was a big aid during development by producing weekly snapshot ISOs in their "Neon 5" project; last week's image should be quite close to what's in the 5.0 tag. Note that a dev distro...
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