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Month: April 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Extensive patching of inadvertent "TQ" conversions

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 11:53:46 -0700 (PDT)
> I can add a lot of usability bugs from my list. The most
> irritable (though not a bug) is that cannot upgrade python to latest
> version due to kde-guidance package limitation. This holds a lot of
> software from being installed/upgraded or requires efforts for keeping
> several snapshots of system. The important bugs that are on my mind:
> kpowersave segfaults (no battery indicator);
> gwenview segfaults;
> rudimental kbluetooth (no real world functionality);
> network-manager-kde frontend does not support latest network-manager API
> There are lots of bugs and minor flaws that I keep recorded
> and intend to fix like:
> stupid message dialog popups in iteration loops;
> wrong Shift selection in Konqueror, etc.;
> a lot of kmail bugs including hangs, UI freezes, network and protocol incompleteness;
> kpowersave incompatibility with TuxOnIce;
> kdevelop UI incompleteness, etc.;
> incomplete handling of keyboard/mouse settings which are not restored on eject/insert;
> and many, many more!

Have these bugs/concerns been filed?

I am not trying to sound tripe or pompous! I follow the bug tracker but I never heard of some of these issues. Some of them sound irritating indeed.