Ciao a tutti,
leggendo in rete, sono venuto a scoprire questa novità.
Ecco qui una parte dell’articolo trovato in rete, nel quale potete leggere quanto affermato dal leader dell’Ubuntu Desktop team di Canonical, Scott James Remnant.
Lo stesso, in questo link ha ammesso che KDE 4 non è sufficientemente stabile per essere inserito nella LTS in oggetto.
Come troverete scritto nella mailing list di ubuntu.com, Remnant dice “I’ve not seen anybody who believes that this would be the case; a long-term supported release would have to be based on the stable KDE 3.5 series.”
L’articolo originale, prosegue:
He goes on to admit that Kubuntu 8.04 comes at what is described as being a “difficult time” in the KDE release cycle, citing the arrival so soon after a major release of the platform to substantiate the claim. The support issue becomes even cloudier when the question of whether a bug in KDE 3.5 will receive upstream support as far ahead as March 2011. Remnant suggests that in order for Canonical to make such a commercial commitment for KDE 3.5 then KDE 4 would have to remain unsuitable for support. “Given the attention being paid to KDE 4” Remnant argues “it is difficult to believe that this will not be the preferred release in three years time.” The posting also goes on to explain that Kubuntu 8.04 will be considered suitable for commercial support, as an LTS, when and only when the packages it contains are deemed to be stable and maintained for at least a three year period.
Quindi aspettiamoci solo GNOME nella nuova LTS.