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From: Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@×××.net>
To: gentoo-desktop@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-desktop] Re: please review KDE-4.6.2 and QT-4.7.2 stabilization list
Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2011 22:03:12
In Reply to: [gentoo-desktop] please review KDE-4.6.2 and QT-4.7.2 stabilization list by "Andreas K. Huettel"
Andreas K. Huettel posted on Sat, 23 Apr 2011 22:52:04 +0200 as excerpted:

> As it's vacation time and probably not everyone is around on IRC, and as > big things are gonna happen :), I'm choosing this way to contact all of > you. > > You'll find below the list of packages that will go into a stablerequest > pretty soon. Please have a look, check, and tell me if f.ex. any > dependencies are missing or if you find any other mistakes. > > Current plan is to cc arches sometime middle of the upcoming week. We > still have to prepare a bit on the PR side. :)
FWIW, I worked hard to narrow down the following bug and get it filed, as I'd consider it a 4.6.2 stabilization blocker here. But I didn't make it block anything as I figured that was for you gentoo/kde devs to decide. Still, getting a comment one way or the other on whether you guys at least see it and simply don't consider it a blocker would be nice. Clear-Text: Secure: kde-base/plasma-workspace-4.6.2 panel misplacement, regression from 4.6.1, I filed the bug upstream as well (URL link in the above bug). It only affects "multiscreen" mode, so may not be considered a blocker for gentoo stabilization. But given that I've narrowed it down to the specific library file, and to the changes between 4.6.1 and 4.6.2, I'd think it'd be a relatively easy spot-and-patch, for someone familiar with the code, and not /too/ difficult even for someone who actually codes C++ even if they're not immediately familiar with the code. So hopefully it'll be easy enough to fix, even if simply to revert a commit between the two versions (I tried to find kde's sources web-view links in ordered to see what those commits might be, but they hid it well enough on that I couldn't find it, and as I don't really read C++...), and won't hold up stabilization much if at all. -- Duncan - List replies preferred. No HTML msgs. "Every nonfree program has a lord, a master -- and if you use the program, he is your master." Richard Stallman