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#1026 2011-08-28 10:55:35

Butcher
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Re: kde-snapshot repo

kdesupport-phonon shouldn't depend on pulseaudio, it's an optional dependency.

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#1027 2011-08-28 11:49:24

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Butcher wrote:

kdesupport-phonon shouldn't depend on pulseaudio, it's an optional dependency.

Hmm, I thought I already fixed it. Nevermind, it's fixed now. Thanks

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#1028 2011-08-28 15:06:58

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Hi.
Could you please update dolphin from time to time? It is somewhat unusable in last build.
Thanks for your work!

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#1029 2011-08-28 15:16:16

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

easymodo wrote:

Hi.
Could you please update dolphin from time to time? It is somewhat unusable in last build.
Thanks for your work!

I'll build a new snapshot next weekend when I return from vacation. If you really want a new Dolphin, feel free to clone scripts and PKGBUILDs from git repo (git://gitorious.org/kde-snapshots-repo/kde-snapshots-repo.git) and build the Dolphin yourself smile

Last edited by ProgDan (2011-08-28 15:16:42)

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#1030 2011-08-28 17:22:00

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

dolphin is still borked upstream, but not as it was couple of weeks ago (selecting files/folders is somewhat working but deleting doesn't work)

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#1031 2011-08-29 14:43:10

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Dolphin is a complete work in progress right now.

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#1032 2011-08-30 12:04:49

Butcher
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#1033 2011-09-02 06:45:15

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

hi.. like others waiting for next snapshot soon smile .. thanks..   
I have a problem trying install kamoso (webcam app) and skanlite (scan utility), is about libkipi and libksane are in conflict with kdegraphics-libs.. to fix-it is in the builds or i can make something to around the problem? :s

good week-end..


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#1034 2011-09-03 11:45:13

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

desaparecido wrote:

hi.. like others waiting for next snapshot soon smile

On Wednesday (Sept. 7), there will also be a new Calligra pre-release, that could serve as a convenient excuse for a new kde-snapshots and kde-snapshots-extra update... :-)


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#1035 2011-09-15 23:14:34

ChALkeR
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Re: kde-snapshot repo

So, bump?

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#1036 2011-09-16 21:12:32

Butcher
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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Bump bump bump

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#1037 2011-09-17 18:58:01

splashy
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Re: kde-snapshot repo

euh wtf? bump?

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#1038 2011-09-17 19:40:59

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Guys, just wait, he might have other things to do first.

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#1039 2011-09-17 19:55:23

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Hello everyone,                                                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
it is exactly 2 years, 6 months, 24 days and 22 hours since I announced the KDE snapshots repository for the very first time. But gone are the days when the repo was updated every single week, bringing loads of new things and features in every snapshot. As you have probably noticed from still longer and longer delays between updates, I have still less and less time to dedicate to this repository and so while compiling a new snapshot today, I decided, that it is time for me to give up, to pass this project to someone else with more time and dedication to provide regular and high quality snapshots.                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
It's been great two and half years for me, I've learned a lot about scripting, compiling and about KDE itself. I had the great opportunity to walk with KDE it's long journey from 4.2.63 to 4.7.41. I saw it grow and mature. I saw the dedication and work of many people behind KDE coming to users. And I always knew, that this repository has it's own contribution to the project. Every bug report you made, every feedback you provided to KDE developers made our beloved desktop environment better and better. I want to thank every single one of you - because without your support, encouragement and feedback this repo would not last that long and KDE would be little less awesome then it is.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
The snapshot I just uploaded is the very last for me, but I hope it's not the last one for you. If anyone would like to continue to provide snapshots for this repository, please send me a PM/IM/email/pigeon/whatever, I'll give you maintainer-ship of the scripts git repo, manage for you to have access to FTP and I will pass on all the experience and knowledge I gained during this years. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
Thank you guys!                                                                                                                                                                                   
- progdan

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#1040 2011-09-20 10:48:21

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Thanks for your work n this! I've never used the repo, but understand what a chore this has been. Thanks!


Matt

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#1041 2011-09-20 14:04:38

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Ouch, that really hurts.

Last edited by Butcher (2011-09-20 14:04:54)

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#1042 2011-09-20 19:46:48

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

that's sad news... hope someone will pick it up, that kind of user-project still amaze me, thanks for your hard work!

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#1043 2011-09-21 10:45:39

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

So.....who will continue serving us kde snapshots ??????

BTW How long take compile x64 version without kdegames kdeedu kdewebdev kdesdk on Sempron 3100 ? Less than 12 hours ?

Last edited by Zolnierz (2011-09-21 10:46:33)

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#1044 2011-09-21 11:45:12

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Thanks for all the effort you put into this ProgDan, I enjoyed your snapshots a lot.

About the "passing on your knowledge to a new maintainer", maybe you could make it public instead?

Like for example in the form of a small step-by-step HOWTO (on the Arch wiki) of what you usually did for every snapshot release, ideally with some mention of how much effort and time each step tends to take, plus some pointers about what kind of problems used to come up at each step and how you went about fixing them.

I think this would make it much more encouraging for other users (i.e. us) to try compiling and improving your builds-scripts, than asking for someone to step up and take full maintainership responsibilities head-on.
Who knows, if some of us manage to follow your HOWTO even for future KDE snapshots, we might share our resulting builds with the rest (through this forum), and eventually new maintainership might arise naturally.


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#1045 2011-09-21 16:51:34

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

@Zolnierz: I really have no idea - complete KDE takes about 4 to 5 hours on my Intel Core i5 @2.67GHz (4 cores) with 4GB RAM. compilation of i686 takes from 30 minutes to one hour more (when compiling in 32bit chroot on 64bit system).

@sas: that's a great idea, thanks - I'll try to make some time and write a wiki article

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#1046 2011-09-22 14:03:55

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

sas has the point there, i want to see a public step-by-step instruction in the wiki, too.

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#1047 2011-09-23 10:17:44

Butcher
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Someone will rant but I think Arch should provide this kind of repo sad

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#1048 2011-09-23 12:31:22

Zom
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Re: kde-snapshot repo

Butcher wrote:

Someone will rant but I think Arch should provide this kind of repo sad

Feel free to do so yourself. Nobody's stopping you.

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#1049 2011-09-24 21:57:36

ProgDan
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Re: kde-snapshot repo

And it's there smile https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Co … _snapshots. Nothing awesome, but should provide enough information. Feel free to update if you find or learn something I didn't mention.

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#1050 2011-09-26 11:36:57

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Re: kde-snapshot repo

hmm I cannot compile kdesupport It's look like script 'create-sources' do not download soprano , strigi. After download sources in kdesupport directory I see only oxygen and shared-desktop. Can you check it out ?

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