Re: KDE update/stability policy on Fedora

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Mikhail Ramendik wrote:

> I was on Fedora 29 back then, and my work was affected by
> . This bug was
> triggered in August 2019 by a KDE Frameworks version update in Fedora
> 29, while Fedora 30 was released in April 2019.
> I have checked, and the text is like this since 2014:
> . So apparently, and unfortunately for me, the policy does not seem to
> be followed.

This policy is *only* (well *primarily*) about plasma releases, not 
frameworks.  Frameworks are supposed to be always stable and generally not 
introduce experience-breaking changes.

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