KDE3 de facto EOL, Project Trinity?

Conrad J. Sabatier conrads at cox.net
Sun Oct 9 15:14:20 UTC 2011

On Sun, 9 Oct 2011 07:53:30 -0700 (PDT)
Jakub Lach <jakub_lach at mailplus.pl> wrote:

> Hello, 
> Judging from latest commits, KDE3 moved
> swiftly from "stall, but usable" to explicitly 
> unsupported.
> However, there are still areas, where KDE3 
> can't be replaced by newer version. 
> (e.g. I maintain older pc that is mainly used
> as internet browser, where I installed 
> slimmed subset of KDE3, to somehow make it 
> behave like users would expect. Looking
> at state of KDE3 now, updating it borders
> on "not worth breaking it".)
> Of course I understand, that workforce
> is limited, and everybody who is willing
> to commit time, will spend it on their 
> pet-project. 
> I'm just saying, that if anyone would like 
> to still maintain a sane, slim subset of 
> KDE3, Project Trinity looks like good 
> starting point. http://trinitydesktop.org/
> KDE is-not-exactly my pet-project so
> don't look at me :)
> best regards, 
> - Jakub Lach

Hmmm, for some strange reason, I just heard a line from that old Elvis
Presley song "Suspicious Minds" in my head:

"Let's not let a good thing die..."


Conrad J. Sabatier
conrads at cox.net

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