I'm ready to package it and even made the build script.
I've been reluctant because the kde dependencies it has were built against the newer version of kdelibs (3.5.9), which in turn carries loads of dependencies.
This means that to install gwenview, the user has to upgrade kdelibs, install arts, upgrade qt, install mysql, and enable the testing repository.
Plus, I have to install all this stuff as well on my clean packaging partition
I've been thinking if it is worth it.... another solution would be to compile those dependencies (libkipi, I think) against the stock 3.5.8, and put it in the repo increasing the build number....
I dunno. If you guys think it makes sense for a program to require so much stuff even when it doesn't depend on it, I guess I could go forward with it.
I would prefer building libkipi again though, but I'm not sure if it's appropriate now, as it has been in the repo for a while.