On Saturday 28 April 2012 20:36:55 Werner Joss wrote:
> On Saturday 28 April 2012 20:03:19 Martin Gr��lin wrote:
> > > 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...
> > sorry, but you just mix up things:
> > razor-qt is a desktop shell like Plasma. Neither razor-qt provide mail,
> > calendar or anything nor does Plasma.
> no. I don't think I mix up things here.
> maybe I was just not clear enough in stating that plasma/kde workspace alone
> (without akonadi/nepomuk/strigi...) is not of much functional difference
> than xfce/icewm/razor-qt or anything else which does not provide native
> mail/contacts/calendars etc.
Now I don't get what you complain about. If the environment does not provide
calendar integration you complain. If it does provide the integration you
complain because of the used technology to get this integration.
Sorry, but that doesn't make any sense. Either you want or you don't want