__/ [ Tristan Miller ] on Friday 31 March 2006 04:13 \__
> In article <e0guov$cir$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> First proper message to this newsgroup, so please be polite and gentle.
>> I have been using the same newsreader for a very long time. I am still
>> using KDE 3.1 (with Knode 0.7.2), which I believe dates back to 2002 or
>> 2003. Can any KNode buff please tell me what the latest of KNode has to
> The latest KNode is 0.10.1. I was going to suggest that you check out the
> official website, <http://knode.sourceforge.net/>, to read the ChangeLog,
> but it appears it hasn't been updated for two years. ...
That's never a good sign. I am surprised because KDE seem to have great
momentum. I recently read that it was Pan where development had gone
> ... I'm not surprised;
> KNode development seems to be *very* slow and disorganized. That said,
> I've found it to be relatively bug-free; ...
I see bugs on occasions. I just know them well enough to consider them
"predictable". Then again, I am not using the latest version.
> ... the problem with development is
> mainly that badly needed features remain unimplemented after years and
> years of begging. You can see a list of the most-wanted bugfixes and
> features, sorted in reverse order of number of votes, at
> or <http://tinyurl.com/ht3r8>.
I am seeing more and more things being proposed in the KDE newsgroup. I
wonder if other projects have more rigour going into them. It sometimes
feels like KNode is staying behind and us (the users) need to whine because
"his/her newsreader is bigger than our newsreader"^(TM).
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