On Friday 24 June 2011 04:19:52 Timothy Pearson wrote: > >> The integration with KDE3 styles is still far from perfect. > >> > >> Don't you think you overestimate your abilities? > > > > No, not really. However I think you do overestimate yours... > > Specifically, how are you providing Qt4 compatibility? I ever claimed I patched KDE3 for Qt4 support? > How are you > improving KOffice to properly read and write standard .ods/.odt file > formats? I ever claimed that I patched KOffice for ODF support? By the way, if you succeed to make KOffice to open ODF files, please let me know. > Have you fixed any of the couple hundred bugs on the Trinity > bugtracker? Sorry never looked into Trinity bugtracker in search for bugreports. I fixed some bugs which I personally encountered and sent you the patches if they were connected with the KDE3 source. > All I see you doing is packaging other people's source and > patching minor compilation issues, without reporting the patches upstream > via the bugtracker. I reported the patches which I made here in the list. Of course I can do it using the bugtracker if you wish. > There is nothing wrong with having two different positions here--the > Trinity project is a FOSS project, tasked with new development, general > maintenance, bug control, and project direction management (that includes > deciding what is part of the project and what is not), and you are a > distribution packager/maintainer, tasked with making upstream FOSS > projects work properly on your distribution. Am I incorrect? You are correct. So what?