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    Default Re: beclock new version

    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
    On 01/28/2012 11:03 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
    >> openSUSE does not rotate in new versions just because they are available.

    > That's entirely up to the repo maintainer. If it is an official repo, they
    > are quite conservative. Other repos are not.


    you are correct Carlos, what i meant to say was:

    the oss and non-oss repos never change and openSUSE does not rotate new
    versions of applications into the update repo just because a new version
    was released somewhere..

    and, new application don't spring up in Tumbleweed until after they have
    been added to and satisfactorily tested in Factory..

    however, openSUSE users are free to compile and install whatever they
    want at anytime..

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    DD
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    I wasn't talking about -oss -non-oss repos, I was thinking about kde48 release repo, or extra, are they less conservative??? :-))

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    Default Re: beclock new version

    On 01/29/2012 08:36 AM, pier andreit wrote:

    > I was thinking about kde48 release repo


    did your 4.8 come with a working clock (i didn't ask if it is a certain
    version of a particular clock)?

    i guess the KDE EXTRA Repo keeper will get around to it....s/he has only
    so many hands....and, things must be done in a priority order....since
    Milestone 1 for 12.2 isn't until 9 Feb i'd guess s/he is pretty busy
    with higher priority work than adding another clock or three to the
    EXTRA (not actually needed) repo

    relax...or better yet, find out what you can do to add another pair of
    hand to the work: http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Teams

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    Default Re: beclock new version

    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
    On 01/29/2012 08:36 AM, pier andreit wrote:

    > I was thinking about kde48 release repo


    did your 4.8 come with a working clock (i didn't ask if it is a certain
    version of a particular clock)?
    trabant too was a working car...
    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post

    i guess the KDE EXTRA Repo keeper will get around to it....s/he has only
    so many hands....and, things must be done in a priority order....since
    Milestone 1 for 12.2 isn't until 9 Feb i'd guess s/he is pretty busy
    with higher priority work than adding another clock or three to the
    EXTRA (not actually needed) repo

    relax...or better yet, find out what you can do to add another pair of
    hand to the work: Portal:Teams - openSUSE
    I'm relaxed..... but I'm astonished and amazed that beclock isn't in the firsts places of priority!!!
    beclock is the application that make the difference with all the other desktops, noone has anything similar, windows, mac gnome, ......

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    Default Re: beclock new version

    maaaaaaaany thanks to KDE developers/maintainers/lordsofrepos, I found version 0.17 of beclock in the repossssssss:-))))

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