KOffice 1.4.2 available - Debian

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  1. KOffice 1.4.2 available

    Hi, people.

    I've just uploaded KOffice 1.4.2 to Sid , as it contains a new binary package
    (krita), it will get stuck in NEW for some time. In the meanwhile you can
    download it from:
    deb http://pkg-kde.alioth.debian.org/koffice-1.4.2/ ./

    It has just been handed by the previous maintainer (Ben Burton) to the Debian
    Qt/KDE team. As this has been my first day with koffice it's quite probable
    that the uploaded packages feature some problems. Testing is welcome

    Best regards

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  2. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thursday, 13 October 2005 19:22, Isaac Clerencia wrote:
    > It has just been handed by the previous maintainer (Ben Burton) to the
    > Debian Qt/KDE team. As this has been my first day with koffice it's quite
    > probable that the uploaded packages feature some problems. Testing is
    > welcome

    James Spencer has just reported the first bug, I moved a file from kpresenter
    to koffice-libs but forgot to add a Replaces:, I'll fix it soon and also will
    enable openexr support in krita.

    Best regards

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  3. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thursday 13 October 2005 19:22, Isaac Clerencia wrote:
    > Hi, people.
    >
    > I've just uploaded KOffice 1.4.2 to Sid , as it contains a new binary
    > package (krita), it will get stuck in NEW for some time. In the meanwhile
    > you can download it from:
    > deb http://pkg-kde.alioth.debian.org/koffice-1.4.2/ ./


    Cool, but when do we see it in Unstable?

    Chris

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  4. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thu, Oct 13, 2005 at 07:47:30PM +0200, Chris Hansen wrote:
    > On Thursday 13 October 2005 19:22, Isaac Clerencia wrote:
    > > Hi, people.
    > >
    > > I've just uploaded KOffice 1.4.2 to Sid , as it contains a new binary
    > > package (krita), it will get stuck in NEW for some time. In the meanwhile
    > > you can download it from:
    > > deb http://pkg-kde.alioth.debian.org/koffice-1.4.2/ ./

    >
    > Cool, but when do we see it in Unstable?


    Sid = unstable



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  5. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thursday 13 October 2005 19:52, Antonio Rodriguez wrote:
    > > Cool, but when do we see it in Unstable?

    >
    > Sid = unstable


    What's your point?

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  6. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thursday, 13 October 2005 19:39, Isaac Clerencia wrote:
    > On Thursday, 13 October 2005 19:22, Isaac Clerencia wrote:
    > > It has just been handed by the previous maintainer (Ben Burton) to the
    > > Debian Qt/KDE team. As this has been my first day with koffice it's quite
    > > probable that the uploaded packages feature some problems. Testing is
    > > welcome

    >
    > James Spencer has just reported the first bug, I moved a file from
    > kpresenter to koffice-libs but forgot to add a Replaces:, I'll fix it soon
    > and also will enable openexr support in krita.

    I've already uploaded a new version (both to unstable and pkg-kde.alioth)
    fixing the Replaces: thing, the openexr support is only present in current
    krita from SVN, so we'll have to wait for that

    Best regards

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  7. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    Le Jeudi 13 Octobre 2005 19:22, Isaac Clerencia a écrit*:
    > Hi, people.
    >
    > I've just uploaded KOffice 1.4.2 to Sid , as it contains a new binary
    > package (krita), it will get stuck in NEW for some time. In the meanwhile
    > you can download it from:
    > deb http://pkg-kde.alioth.debian.org/koffice-1.4.2/ ./


    Many thanks for that !

    Could you also put a Sources.gz so we can apt get source to recompile it on
    sarge ;-)

    Cheers
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  8. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thursday 13 October 2005 22:21, Isaac Clerencia wrote:
    > > James Spencer has just reported the first bug, I moved a file from
    > > kpresenter to koffice-libs but forgot to add a Replaces:, I'll fix it
    > > soon and also will enable openexr support in krita.

    >
    > I've already uploaded a new version (both to unstable and pkg-kde.alioth)
    > fixing the Replaces: thing, the openexr support is only present in current
    > krita from SVN, so we'll have to wait for that


    Just wondering, how many painting applications does this make in all of kde?
    Is there such a thing as too many painting applications in one desktop
    environment? Would it be possible for people to decide on perhaps just a
    couple and then develop only those..

    Being a bit tungue in cheek here.. Seems like every new kde version lately
    has brought us a new painting app.

    Anders

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  9. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    Am Donnerstag, 13. Oktober 2005 23:20 schrieb Anders Ellenshøj Andersen:
    > Just wondering, how many painting applications does this make in all of
    > kde?


    What are the others? The only painting apps that I found worthwhile to install
    so far was The Gimp and kiconedit.

    HS

  10. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    Off the top of my head, there is kiconedit, for editing icons, kolourpaint,
    as a simple paint program, and krita (now) as a fully featured raster image
    editor... Each a different tool for a different thing... Sheesh, I don't
    know what people's problems are with having different tools for different
    jobs...


  11. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    Am Freitag, 14. Oktober 2005 01:58 schrieb James Spencer:
    > Off the top of my head, there is kiconedit,


    That was already named by me and it's the only one I know that can also create
    MS Windows icons easily.

    > for editing icons, kolourpaint, as a simple paint program, and krita (now)
    > as a fully featured raster image
    > editor... Each a different tool for a different thing... Sheesh, I don't
    > know what people's problems are with having different tools for different
    > jobs...


    Please define the purpose of a "simple paint program" when you can have
    full-featured one?

    HS


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  12. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    Hendrik Sattler skrev:

    > What are the others? The only painting apps that I found worthwhile to install
    > so far was The Gimp and kiconedit.


    Actually there are only kolourpaint and kiconedit in kdegraphics. Now, I
    will let kiconedit pass because it is rather specialised. But do we
    really need both kolourpaint and krita? If it was like juk and amarok
    where there is a kind of healthy competition, then that would be good,
    but in this case it seems it's just wasted resources trying to reinvent
    the wheel.

    Same goes for kview and kuickshow IMHO..

    Anders


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  13. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thursday 13 October 2005 23:20, Anders Ellenshøj Andersen wrote:

    > Just wondering, how many painting applications does this make in all of
    > kde? Is there such a thing as too many painting applications in one desktop
    > environment? Would it be possible for people to decide on perhaps just a
    > couple and then develop only those..


    I think there is only kolourpaint and krita for KDE. Kolourpaint is a
    lightwight, easy-to-use painting program, while krita is a feature-rich
    painting and image editing application like gimp or Corel painter. These two
    applications are not really made for the same users.

    Greetings,
    Michael

  14. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Friday 14 October 2005 08:11, Hendrik Sattler wrote:
    > Am Freitag, 14. Oktober 2005 01:58 schrieb James Spencer:
    > > Off the top of my head, there is kiconedit,

    >
    > That was already named by me and it's the only one I know that can also
    > create MS Windows icons easily.
    >
    > > for editing icons, kolourpaint, as a simple paint program, and krita
    > > (now) as a fully featured raster image
    > > editor... Each a different tool for a different thing... Sheesh, I don't
    > > know what people's problems are with having different tools for different
    > > jobs...

    >
    > Please define the purpose of a "simple paint program" when you can have
    > full-featured one?


    It might be more complex to work with a "full featured" program if you only
    need a small job to do.

    Like a lot of developers dislike using an IDE if they are just writing a short
    script or simple tool.

    Or people using separate programs for mails, news and orgnaizer instead of
    "full featured" PIM suites.

    Cheers,
    Kevin

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  15. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Thu, Oct 13, 2005 at 11:20:58PM +0200, Anders Ellenshøj Andersen wrote:

    > Being a bit tungue in cheek here.. Seems like every new kde version lately
    > has brought us a new painting app.


    Also tongue in cheek, but it seems like painting apps are the same as
    media apps - everybody thinks they can write one better than all the rest,
    and everybody gives up sometime around the point that they hack their
    favourite feature into an otherwise awkward and incomplete program ...

    Nick


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  16. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    > Also tongue in cheek, but it seems like painting apps are the same as
    > media apps - everybody thinks they can write one better than all the
    > rest, and everybody gives up sometime around the point that they hack
    > their favourite feature into an otherwise awkward and incomplete program

    Not everybody. Sometimes you get something like Amarok ...
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  17. Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available

    On Monday 17 October 2005 19:41, Sylvain Joyeux wrote:
    > > Also tongue in cheek, but it seems like painting apps are the same as
    > > media apps - everybody thinks they can write one better than all the
    > > rest, and everybody gives up sometime around the point that they hack
    > > their favourite feature into an otherwise awkward and incomplete program

    >
    > Not everybody. Sometimes you get something like Amarok ...


    Amarok is a good player. It crashes a lot for me though. Especially when I
    forward the UI via ssh.

    Anders

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