I would like to ask a couple of questions regarding SL4r1 on DVD. I just installed it on my laptop after a long while of thinking. I am now logged in with KDE3.5. I had to install Gwenview and Amarok. It took me 3 hours to install those programs, because Spritz seems to have some kind of issues and I used "emerge" instead. I would like to ask, why was Amarok excluded from the Live DVD with SL4.1? Was it because of limited space on the DVD? Is it included in the Lite KDE version?
I also noticed Epiphany is missing, which for me worked with 99% of web sites, as opposed to Konqueror and Firefox. Now we have SeaMonkey which I tried yesterday and ... to be honest, when I was watching some streaming news as I always do, my whole system was hardly responsive. I would have to wait 30 seconds for my Linux to respond to my requests, even switching between running applications was a big pain. It looks like the Mozilla project is coming to a point where performance and stability no longer matters. I wonder what's your opinion on SeaMonkey? What is the future of web browsers on SL? What will we have and what is planned to be scrapped? I understand the KDE project developers also have a part in making decisions.
As there are new releases like SL just with KDE and a roadmap has been announced, what is the status of KDE3.5? How long will it be available with SL? I know I can go to google, but I just hope someone has some quick answers. Something to add on to the SL Roadmap, like what kind of software will be removed?
Thanks in advance.
*** Sabyon user since 2006 ***
Sabayon Linux amd64 13.03 - x86_64 Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4200 @ 2.00GHz
KDE 4.10.1 - on Acer Aspire 7730 zg 17" with Nvidia Geforce 9300M GS