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- Apr 18 2015, 1:18 PM (144 w, 2 d)
As long as okular does not depend on kf5.42, please keep the compatibility with the old library as others did
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Now, the problem is that the email that is returned by arc, used when creating the patch, is not a valid email. Can you please share a valid email address?
Ok, ok. I'm still not sure about the content_rating (this would be the only program that has it, and I think that it should be added explicitly when needed, not every time), but let's proceed.
May I observe that relying on the command line output is fragile in the best case?
Unless the command can produce the output in some formatted way (like the openstack CLI, which can enable a special mode to produce output in various formats like csv, table-formatted, or direct values, and select the columns).
Mon, Jan 15
I would not remove the FDL section yet, not until we have documentation covered by that license (which may take a while).
Give it some time. Right now Phabricator is only observing the repositories, not handling them, and this means that an update can land with some delay.
Simplify sane_i18n, no need for a "string roundtrip"
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I will fix the cmake file after this is fixed. In general, you could take a look at how this is done in other repositories).
Please remove the translations and fix the cmake file to install this file.
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No. IRC is IRC, with all its clients. Matrix.org has various clients, including a web frontend (through riot.im). Telegram has a web client.
Wed, Jan 10
a) is the fix relevant also for Applications/17.12?
b) please try to use arc land next time. This way the commit message has no context at all and having to check the review even for basic information about the change is not nice.
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Please note the "KDE Applications" is used only for applications part of the "KDE Applications" bundle; it should not be used by applications not part of it.
Sun, Jan 7
@ngraham Frameworks is the group for the "Frameworks" product, but kio-gdrive is not part of it. Also, all repositories part of Frameworks already get Frameworks as subscriber, so apart from exceptional cases, adding Frameworks to a review should almost never be needed.
Even for another project, I'd suggest to use the simplest .arcconfig if it works ("phabricator.uri" : "https://phabricator.kde.org/") - and we should just go over all repositories and add it without review.
.arcconfig already exists and should work as it is; any special reason to change it?
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@rkflx your proposal was already discussed and dismissed (see the comments from https://phabricator.kde.org/T5242#79416 to https://phabricator.kde.org/T5242#79559 ). Please note that I agree with your proposal and I still disagree with the rebuttal.
Please note that I'm not questioning the usefulness of a Q&A site. I'm wondering if it can end up like the forum (initially guarded, now only few projects receives answers). I was mentioning mailing lists, IM and forums to highlight that, for example, developers and many community members are already active there, if they are active, and another services may not receive enough attention.