As I said in the past, I agree with the long list of unfixed bugs is the TDE's great unresolved matter. But I completely disagree in the qualifiers to Kftpgrabber and Kasablanca as antiquities: are I have tried many ftp clients and Kftpgrabber and Kasablanca are the only ones I get to connect via SFTP to my web host (and it is a popular web hosting company in my region).


De: Darrell Anderson <darrella@...>
Para: trinity-devel@...
Enviado: Martes 18 de febrero de 2014 19:48
Asunto: Re: [trinity-devel] R: [trinity-devel] TDE kftpgrabber and kasablanca FTP clients - connect, but no file list ever retrieved

>I tried KFtpgrappeb on a debian mirror, but after establishing a
>connection, it "stops" on the "fetching file lise".
>There is definitely something wrong somewhere.

I am going to be frank here and will sound harsh and mean. We are
eager to add older kde3 apps to the repo but part of me thinks we
do this with a bean-counter mindset --- to impress people how many
apps we have. From my own usage and observation I find many of
those older apps useless fluff.

We spend zero time on quality control and testing. Browse the bug
tracker --- filled with paper cut issues. Or, to be blunt, what I
call "chicken shit" issues. The bug reports all just sit there with
no attention.

David, file Yet Another Bug Report. I don't know what else to do.


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