- User Since
- Aug 27 2018, 3:36 AM (63 w, 4 d)
Sep 3 2019
Thanks @sitter . I just got the 5.1.2 update in KDE Neon user updates today and it worked like a charm. Thanks again for all the amazing work. When the time comes we should do a post on /r/kde about it too!
Aug 30 2019
@sitter Thanks for the hard work. Does this mean we are waiting for the 5.1.2 release of KTorrent?
Aug 29 2019
@sitter Any idea what is going on here with this other user? I have no idea who he is or why he is upset.
Aug 19 2019
Hey I noticed the torrent didn't generate anymore:
Aug 14 2019
Great work. Really impressed by the turnaround time on this and the fixes to KTorrent, those are awesome.
Aug 12 2019
Wow really great work I just got a chance to test the KTorrent changes they work awesome!
I'm looking at the KTorrent bug and trying to fix it. I've got a working setup right now to build and debug libKF5Torrent.
in light of ktorrent being bust, should we maybe run a seed? it would kinda defeat the purpose of load balancing through mirrors though
Aug 7 2019
Does anyone think this can be easily backported to previous versions of KDE in upstream distros such as Kubuntu, etc.?
Jan 25 2019
Thanks @davidedmundson I'll take a look.
I don't agree with @zzag or @davidedmundson here, despite how much I love the changes they make to KDE and their work overall. The functionality is clearly desired based on the Reddit thread that brought this post back to life: https://www.reddit.com/r/kde/comments/ajeume/are_there_any_plans_to_improve_pip/
Sep 3 2018
I think this is a useful feature to add to KDE. If others disagree with the way @wsdfhjxc implemented it I think they should provide a clear pathway to getting it accepted. As long as this can be implemented in a way that doesn't affect default sorting behavior, it doesn't make sense to refuse to allow people to have a custom sorting order. Reasons like the codebase being too fragile are implementation specific details that shouldn't deny a feature request.