The GTK+ version of the package is published in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic. While upstream is continuing to do regular releases of the GTK version, they are focusing on the KDE version and have changed
autokeyto refer to the KDE version, while renaming the GTK version (formally
autokey-gtk. To make matters worse, upstream releases both as separate tarballs, and the packages conflict with one another. (due to technical limitations)
What's the proper proceedure for handling this in Ubuntu? Should
autokey, replace it, with
autokey-qtbeing available as an option, or should I just keep things as they are and have the package "change out from under" users when they upgrade?