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Month: April 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Re: Resolving the TWin/KWin Fork Issue

From: Werner Joss <werner@...>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2012 21:34:07 +0200
On Saturday 28 April 2012 21:14:11 Martin Gr��lin wrote:
> > 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
> integration.

I don't complain.
I just state what is provided by current projects, and what is not.
and yes: I want integration.
but not at the cost of having to run mysql servers on my single user desktop 
which proved more than once to be an unreliable beast and whatnot.
and I'm not alone with this experience.
mailinglists/forums are full of  posts from frustrated users who have been 
exactly that is where trinity comes in: provide the well known, rock solid, 
snappy, lightweight, easy to maintain/backup kdepim from kde 3.5 on modern 
distros - well integrated with the rest of the DE/applications.