On Saturday 28 April 2012 11:58:04 Martin Gräßlin wrote: > It is especially important to step up against such behavior if the person > who shows such behavior is spreading misinformation about KDE as > illustrated in this thread by the claim that Akonadi/Nepomuk/Strigi are > hard dependencies of KDE. they might not be 'hard' dependencies, so, in theory, one can install kde without them, but what is the result ? no mail, no contacts, no calendar, no search, no integration of whatsoever, in short: something that has probably less functionality than xfce or icewm. so, insead of installing kde without all the above, razor-qt seems to be a better choice... werner p.s: I'm all against blocking people from mailinglists as long as they have at least _some_ valid points which can be discussed. however, I really dislike the way you use to attack anyone here who has other views about kde than yours. especially with regard to your trinity-bashing all over (mostly) german forums etc.