He clearly said "in practical terms". I think that much is clear.

I dont understand the big deal about binary compatiblity. Its a buzzword and has much less realistic benefit than purported.

Darrell stand behind your statement lad!

On Oct 15, 2012 6:17 PM, "Jekyll Wu" <adaptee@...> wrote:
On 2012年10月16日 02:39, Darrell Anderson wrote:
In practical terms, Trinity is a continuation of KDE 3.5.10

I'm sorry, but I have to say you(Trinity) are not. KDE promises binary compatibility and you(Trinity) breaks it. Is that called continuation ?

Pretending and disclaiming you are a continuation of KDE3 would eventually only bring more bad names to you(Trinity) and probably KDE.

Face and acknowledge the truth: You are a fork, and everybody already knows.

Seriously, is that so hard and shameful?

Regards
Jekyll

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