> Yes. It is used by libkcal though; it is a > replacement for the old > internal version of libical. Trust me; it's much > better this way--the old > integrated libical had many bugs, including random changing > of Korganizer > appointment times. Shouldn't libical then be in the dependencies section of svn? > Look for the .tar.gz file--it is in that list somewhere. I'm still unclear -- are those two packages required or optional for building kdepim? If they are required, then like libical, shouldn't they be in svn/dependencies? > Yes it would. However, security certificates cost > money. Lots of it. > Unless someone would like to donate a site-wide certificate > for > *.quickbuild.pearsoncomputing.net, I don't think that will > change. ;-) I just dislike the way Firefox does not allow the option to accept the certificate. Yet Another Example of Arrogant Developers.