valeriodean wrote:One week is passed from the release of KDE SC 4.11 but still nothing happens in the stable repo. Are there any problems that block the release in stable?Thanks.KDE 4.11 in testing still has some issues that need resolving.
honor wrote:I'm sure there's no ck repo in chakra, but if you search the forums, you'll find some threads related. Is there any particular reason to need ck patches? I've been down this path in the past, and saw no difference for a desktop user at all.Actually, I concerned the 'CPU-specific optimized' more.
I want 4K, everything. Yeah, do some scaling like Apple if you must. I'm tired of looking at low resolution garbage. I'm getting old, my eyes are on the back 9 and really starting to suck. I want large displays with ridiculous resolution. I don't give a f*ck about mobile. I want website which use every inch of my 27" monitor. F*ck mobile, seriously.
Not that easy: even if KDE4 would have a separate repo, updates in core and platform would break everything. Given the lack of manpower, surely not a path to follow. Besides, Chakra is admittedly the best place to find a stable and cutting edge KDE.
Why not. It seems to be a good idea.Simplier and more elegant than bundles.Wait and see.Alejandro, I would like to say : "I really hope to see an [extra] repo just as robust as the CURRENT Chakra stable Repo".
Well, against it or not, I think this repo might has its justification for some users.I'd like to see more 3rd party stuff Lukasstephenmac7 wrote:Arup wrote:The stability of Chakra unlike any other KDE based trpo apart from Kubuntu comes from the excellent discipline, approach and strategy of upgrades for a rolling release adapted by team Chakra, to add a repo with apps specifically rejected