Ok, so in the past few days I’ve been doing some hacking on kubuntu-default-settings. Boring stuff mainly. I migrated the contents of the kde4/ directory to k-d-s’s root directory and moved the kde3 equivalents into a new kde3/folder. Then I changed the Makefile so the thing would actually compile and changed a /usr/lib/kde4 path in the .install file so that it would debuild.
Oh, and I also imported the new plasma-appletsrc, which is what everyone cares about anyway. 😉
So, I come bearing screenshot. Kubuntu Intrepid Ibex’s defaults in all their default-y glory.
Pretty neat, eh? As per the almightly spec, hovering over a different tab won’t change it. While I don’t use Kickoff myself, I do have to admit it’s sexy. I guess I’ll go back and wait for Raptor to be released.
So right now I need to get plasmoid-quickaccess included into main so we can have it with the default desktop. Speaking of quickaccess, there has just been a new upstream release. Thanks for vorian for a speedy sponsorship of the update.
In conclusion, I’d like brave individuals running Intrepid to check out the latest revision of kubuntu-default-settings (https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~kubuntu-members/kubuntu-default-settings/ubuntu) and make sure it doesn’t eat any children or anything. Feedback is welcome too.