As soon as karmic will be released (9 days from now), I'm considering to drop completely the support for older ubuntu versions, focusing only on Karmic in both the Ubuntu and Kubuntu versions
There are multiple reasons for that.
First of all, I have no time to keep track and update the packages for all the ubuntu versions, actually I don't even know if the packages for the old intrepid on the repository are all at the latest versions or they have been superseeded.
Another reason is that currently the repository is bloating up due to the too many packages it contains.
This is certainly caused by the somewhat unsuccessful jaunty, with all its video and audio problems. Practically, in the last months I have backported half karmic to jaunty to get things work (kernel, pulseaudio, alsa driver and libs, video drivers).
I really don't see any good reason why someone should continue to use it (or the older intrepid), when karmic will be released.
So, the karmic release will be a good opportunity to clean up and reorganize the work, and to finally add support for kubuntu (just for the record, I'm tracking KDE and kubuntu for a while now, and looking at the current karmic beta it seems that finally it's mature enough for my tastes, so I think it's time for me to go back to KDE
Speaking about cleaning up and reorganization of the work, I'm referring to the forum too.
I will rewrite completely all the HOWTOs available here, starting from the one about the repository enabling, and moving through all the other ones than can be yet applied to karmic. The remaining ones shall fall into oblivion of the unsticked threads.
Any thought or suggestion about that? Please let me know.
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