On Tue, 6 Dec 2011 16:53:33 +0000
Lisi <lisi.reisz@...> wrote:
> I take your point. But does that mean that the people who are
> dissatisfied must hold sway, whatever other people think, so that they
> will not moan? We, surely, almost by definition, are mostly people
That's possibly the other extreme. Which would cause different people
to moan, and leave. Sometimes, you just can't win. :-)
Timothy and the rest of the team have to balance the needs of all sorts
of people, often pulling in different directions, with the practicality
of achieving what those people want. You're aware, no doubt, that
what /seems/ to be a trivial matter to fix may not in fact be that easy
> who are dissatisfied with KDE4. We were not forced to use it - tho',
> I confess, some people did try to force us - but they didn't succeed
> did they? ;-)
True. Same seems to be happening with Gnome, with the change from 2 to
3. The resentment seems to be much greater there, though. Or maybe my
memory of the complaints when KDE went to v4 is failing.
> And releasing too early didn't exactly help KDE4 did it?
Agreed, although that's only for certain values of "early". IDK, but
wouldn't mind placing a small wager that the initial release date for
KDE4 were put back. Possibly more than once. Either way, as you say, v4
wasn't a good release.
> I think that Trinity's great problem is that it has simply got too
> little man(or woman, of course!)power. Giving those valiantly working
> away something extra to do is not going to help.
Sadly, it seems to be a truism that there's *never* enough manpower for a
project like Trinity. :-(
/ ) "The blindingly obvious is
/ _)rad never immediately apparent"
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