[kde-community] Why were there no talks about Ubuntu Mobile at Akademy?
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Thu Aug 15 16:51:44 UTC 2013
El Dijous, 15 d'agost de 2013, a les 13:46:19, Alvaro Soliverez va escriure:
> Given that a Marble port for Ubuntu phone was just mentioned, I think
> Ubuntu Phone does in fact use KDE technologies.
FWIW the terminal app also uses some kind of kde code (don't have the details,
but the code is out there, check it if you are interested)
> On Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 1:37 PM, Thomas Zander <zander at kde.org> wrote:
> > On Thursday 15 August 2013 13.37.56 Jos Poortvliet wrote:
> >> See the subject - I don't understand why, if Ubuntu wants people to
> >> develop apps for their Qt/QML based Phone OS (and perhaps, later,
> >> desktop), they were not at Akademy? Not as sponsors, not with a booth,
> >> not with talks and sessions...
> > Maybe for the obvious reason; Akademy is a conference that is about KDE
> > and
> > related technologies. Canonical is not.
> > Your question is a bit odd, really. What you are scolding people for is
> > that they didn't try to get people more excited about a competing stack of
> > software that is not KDE and doesn't not use KDE technologies.
> > So, in short, you blame them for NOT trying to distract KDE people from
> > KDE?
> > --
> > Thomas Zander
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