Am 06.03.2012 schrieb "M." <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> 2012/3/6 Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>:
> > Hello,
> > On antradienis 06 Kovas 2012 19:13:21 M. wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I'm not trying to ask the eternal Debian and KDE question here,
> >> "when KDE x.xx will be in Debian?", but for a timeline, like the
> >> one for Gnome
> >> (http://www.0d.be/debian/debian-gnome-3.0-status.html) so at least
> >> we can plan for updates/upgrades, like the latest bugs from the
> >> combination Xserver 1.11/Nvidia 295/KDE 4.7, the performance
> >> issues, etc.
> > We don't have it. The plan is to ship wheezy with KDE 4.8.x where x
> > is the last in the series (probably 4.8.4).
> Thanks for the answer. Not even in experimental?
> > If I were you I wouldn't expect anything news-worthy to happen on
> > the KDE 4.8 front until KDE 4.7.4 gets to testing (not that it
> > means something will happen soon after). KDE transitions typically
> > take a month or two to start hence you will have enough time to
> > prepare.
> Is there a way so I can help to at least try to put this info out in a
> more timelinesh way?
Everything is public, so it is possible to write a script listing all
package versions in testing/sid/experimental.
The gnome page you mentioned even provides the generation script for
that site at the bottom, however I already looked at it, and it is
very gnome-specific, so would need a lot of modification to apply to
However, such a page would make no sense: This kind of information
might only be interesting for testing anyway, since usually the
complete KDE SC packages are uploaded at once to unstable/experimental,
hence there is no progress that can be followed (Gnome seems to work
differently here). And the testing migration status of each package can
be seen in the PTS.
> This way I think people would be so disoriented - as I was - with the
> KDE in Debian :-)
You can always have a look at /topic in the #debian-kde IRC channel
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