I am running VL 5.9.1 SOHO w/KDE 3.5.10. If this KDE-Classic version also has KDE 3.5.10, then the only thing different is that it is VL 6.0 not 5.9 right? (ok, there are probably some different packages and stuff but still...). What exactly is better about 6.0? Is it faster? more secure?
With the official SOHO version going to KDE 4.X a project like this keeps KDE 3.X.X alive. Sure it's on VL5.9. SOHO now, but that will no longer be supported by the community in a few years and what then KDE 3.X.X (classic) just disappears.
Not only does this keep KDE classic alive but it puts it on newer kernels, updated security patches and fresher more updated repositories.
My question is are we planning to give this version a release announcement on Distrowatch?