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  • #11
    c2p_ but at least Kubuntu has access to the Backports PPA...

    https://kubuntu.org/news/plasma-5-16...backports-ppa/

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    • #12
      skeevy420 Ubuntu doesn’t use Qt. They focus on keeping GNOME up to date in Debian. And do it very well

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      • #13
        Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
        skeevy420 Ubuntu doesn’t use Qt. They focus on keeping GNOME up to date in Debian. And do it very well
        Really? They don't use QT. Not one bit?

        Then why does this search provide results?

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        • #14
          Originally posted by markc View Post
          c2p_ but at least Kubuntu has access to the Backports PPA...

          https://kubuntu.org/news/plasma-5-16...backports-ppa/
          Thank you for this link. I use Kubuntu for more than a year and I didn't know about this repo.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
            skeevy420 Ubuntu doesn’t use Qt. They focus on keeping GNOME up to date in Debian. And do it very well
            Pfft, amateurs.
            OpenSUSE keeps both GNOME, KDE, XFCE, LXDE, MATE and Enlightenment up to date in their distro (either the most recent for Tumbleweed or the LTS version for Leap)

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            • #16
              Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
              skeevy420 Ubuntu doesn’t use Qt. They focus on keeping GNOME up to date in Debian. And do it very well
              What happened to your request to keep KDE-related talk out of Gnome threads? Why don't you do the same for KDE threads?? Oh, that's right; because you troll every thread about Gnome. Griffin/GhostOfFunk returns. Keep it up, and you'll be banned again.

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              • #17
                skeevy420 That’s mainly a11y, plugins, docs, compatibility and build packages from the universe repo. Spot checks on the packages reveal no direct work from Ubuntu developers. I couldn’t ask for better validation. Thanks.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
                  skeevy420 That’s mainly a11y, plugins, docs, compatibility and build packages from the universe repo. Spot checks on the packages reveal no direct work from Ubuntu developers. I couldn’t ask for better validation. Thanks.
                  That would be contributing to it, not using it.

                  Not using it = not available in repositories.

                  Not contributing to it = what you're going on about.

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