Maybe this is lost in translation.
But to me it is simple as well.
This is a bad idea. It falls under ‘partial upgrades’ which is not supported and also a Bad Idea.
Further - this is even worse when you are talking about network/security software [such as SSH]. This recipe calls for you keeping such things out of date and therefor vulnerable and insecure.
If the ‘users data is important’ then these things are of paramount importance.
If their collection/data is important enough that it must be ported then that is another matter. In this case not only is the software still available without these unstable workarounds, but I’m relatively sure amarok support exporting such data and/or it is available file-side so that it could continue to be functional for usage otherwise.
That is all beside the point that the proposed actions are;
Based on false presumptions and bad actions,
and Dangerous (to stability of system and general security)