I mean HUGE.
+over9000 to that post.
Thanks, maintainers!! \o/
JanKusanagi @i at 2016-06-16T00:52:24Z
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“As a user I don't even want to need an "ambassador" in the first place. I may appreciate the work maintainers do in their role, but I don't like the role when it is the wall I crash into. Not having recent binaries, the right binary for my particular OS or having binaries at all is still pretty common.
As a user I see this as being dependent on even more people.”
You should really try Linux from scratch then :)
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Todays Debian Jessie's update brings a fix in Akonadi that you certainly want in your system.
There was a bug in Akonadi that made it leak files. And if you use Kmail you will certainly want to keep reading: most of us who tested it before pushing it to testing (and now to stable) removed more than 4 GiB of useless data from our homes.
The bug that makes Akonadi leak files gets solved with the latest stable update (and has been in testing for a couple of months already). But you need to purge the leaked files. It's pretty easy: with your normal user account just run:
That's all. After a while you will get back a lot of disk space. Note that you don't need the Akonadi fix in order to run this tool and recover your space. The fix just makes sure this won't happen again.
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If you are an upstream for a !Qt 4 based app/lib you should take a look to http://perezmeyer.blogspot.com.ar/2014/11/early-announce-qt4-removal-in-jessie1.html !Debian !Jessie+1
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