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Your opinion about KDE 3.4 Beta 1:

Posted by Yaba on Jan 30 2005
Release quality.3%3%3% 3%
Stable enough for everyday work and don't want to switch back.13%13%13% 13%
A good beta release, but some minor problems.15%15%15% 15%
Behaves like a beta with occasional crashes.7%7%7% 7%
There are some grave bugs (and I've reported them).2%2%2% 2%
The worst beta release ever done by the KDE team.2%2%2% 2%
Even worse than the alpha release.1%1%1% 1%
I haven't tried it yet, but will try beta 2.15%15%15% 15%
I never install KDE beta releases.44%44%44% 44%
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 3.4 RC1 :)

 by djblizzzard on: Feb 3 2005
Score 50%

They needed to add another category of, "I'm waiting for the first release candidate"...

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 I'd like to but...

 by olahaye74 on: Feb 3 2005
Score 50%

I'd be really happy to install beta releases to test new features and bug reports, unfortunately as many other (I suppose), I'm stuck with the high tunning of my distribution.

Mandrake and certainly other distros are customizing menus and other things, and thus, using a KDE tree that is not in /usr leads to missing features and problems.

1st example is the display manager which has to be registered in the prefdm system, other examples are special looks that are not part of default KDE tree and more. and I don't speak about missing entries in the menu (non kde apps and distro admin/specific tools at least)

I like very much Mandrake for its good support regarding hardware and so, but I hate them because they are always releasing outdated KDE versions in there distrio due to time missing for special tunning.

Maybe KDE team could contact each vendors and organize a common base or a easy tunning tool (or standard) so the tunning cycle time would be reduced for distro makers and it would also be easy to install beta releases and apply distro tunning prefs to it.

Olivier LAHAYE

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 Re: I'd like to but.

 by fzied on: Feb 5 2005
Score 50%
dot TN

and if our distros build for us Beta ;-)
I'm too lazy :)
But you are right, installling a Beta release of KDE can be one way road.
thanks to konstruct we can build and install in our home directory and that mean we can profit of a VIRGIN KDE.
konstruct is a perfect solution for laziest :)

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 by Kalna on: Feb 4 2005
Score 50%

I have just installed B1 on my SuSE 9.2 system, and it ROCKS, it's awesome!

It has it's flaws, but hell it's the first beta. But I'm not switching back to 3.3

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 3.4 owns me

 by jharper on: Feb 5 2005
Score 50%

It's yet another KDE release that's taken hold of me and won't let go. Not the "wowzers!" factor of 3.3, but still a damned fine release. Lots of fine tuning. A few bugs, but that's okay, it's still beta (duh).

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 I like to live...

 by tpr on: Feb 5 2005
Score 50%

"I like to live dangerously and use CVS HEAD" would be my answer... :)

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