KDE Cleanups and PostgreSQL Updates

There’s a few more things to fix before I can move KDE to stable.

  1. The whole net-snmp/net-snmp-ssl thing. I’m tempted to say “forget it” to ksim’s SNMP support in general, since ksim’s only slightly functional on darwin in the first place.
  2. kdesdk3 builddepends on kdepim3, but kdepim3 has been moved to crypto. — I’m gonna have to figure out a way to remove the builddep, or to chop things up into ssl/non-ssl versions. Or move kdesdk3 to crypto. 🙂

Other than that, it’s looking pretty good.
Also, PostgreSQL 8.0 is packaged in my experimental. I’m doing some finishing touches on testing and then I’ll get it released to unstable, and put it on the fasttrack to stable, since the postgresql73/postgresql74 packages also have some security updates.
I’ve actually gotten a few people looking at the bugzilla, which is awesome. I’m planning in the future on auto-opening bugs based on feedback. Please feel free to create a login and add yourself to the CC on bugs you’re interested in following.

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