I think most of the current debate is irrelevant. Finding why the transition
is taking the time it takes is not the point here.

We have two facts :

- The koffice packages are taking a much longer time than other packages to
make the transition
- Many people want them fast and are willing to help the maintainer in order
if it can hasten the process.

So what should be done is not asking "Why ?" but "How ?".

So my opinion is that someone in the debian-kde team should post to this list
a status report about the packages, what needs to be done in order to fix the
packages, and a link to the broken packages. And maybe the community will
produce a fix quicker than a lonely maintainer.

Best regards,

--
Nicolas DEGAND


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