On Friday 04 March 2011 21:42:05 Mike Bird wrote: > > Considering the challenge of changing all names, just leave them all as > > is. After all these years there is a well known familiarity with the > > existing names. Why confuse end users? > > The downside of the effort involved and the slight confusion to > any end users who access Trinity programs through the command > line can be weighed against the advantage of Trinity programs > becoming first class file-system citizens fully co-installable > with KDE and amenable to inclusion in distros such as Debian. Debian just searches for pretexts why not to include Trinity. In OpenSUSE 11.0 KDE3 was included along with KDE4, with no problems. On modern OpenSUSE releases KDE3 also can be installed along KDE4. > In any event it is not urgent, just a possible long-term goal. As I already said, one can pick any other name as well, for example, kconsole, kconqueror in the case of KDE Classic (looks better than tonsole, tonqueror).