As I work through building the pkgbuilds for Trinity on Arch, I have been
keeping notes, etc. on what has to take place. I will put that information up
on a wiki. My question to the Arch devs is "do you want it here on the Arch
wiki, or do you want it over on the Trinity wiki?"
It doesn't matter to me. It makes more sense to have it here, but there has
been so much rancor over 'kde3 is dead' that I don't want to go to the effort
here if somebody is just going to nix it.
For the interested, Trinity is no longer kde3. It is currently actively
developed, and is moving to cmake and qt4. There are current builds for
Debian, Ubuntu and Slackware being maintained. My goal is to create a set of
pkgbuilds for Arch (which will obviously take a bit of time). But if I can get
them working from the svn tree, it should be a great resource for Arch.
So what say the powers that be? Do the wiki page here or at Trinity?
David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.