On Monday 20 June 2011 01:18:20 Timothy Pearson wrote: > I know as I have worked on Trinity for years now. The problem is not just > letting it sit in the repository, the problem is in enabling TQt4 support > for it. If you look at the Trinity roadmap, 3.5.13 is supposed to include > full TQt4 support (which will bring Qt4 support once TQt4 has been fully > stabilized). koffice is a very large code base that will take a > significant amount of time to port to TQt4, even with the automated tools > I have written to assist with that task. I see. But this points to a greater problem: aside KOffice there are still a large base of KDE3 applications which are still not ported to Tqinterface. They are not in your repository, but they exist. Rejecting them will make TDE a not-so functional desktop at least until full Qt4 integration is over. And, btw, it honestly thought that you already completed Tqt porting of core KDE parts.