yyc1992 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 21 21:19:04 UTC 2014
On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 1:18 AM, Kevin Ottens <ervin at kde.org> wrote:
> That *and* the incubator is also meant for projects having a "not yet part of
> KDE" team joining. For instance if VLC would ever want to join (random
Not sure how VLC ppl feel but I am happy to see that happen. =)
> example) it would go through the incubator still, even though it is "is
> already stable and have made several releases that are packaged by a number of
> distributions". The purpose of the incubator is not just technical but also to
> make sure projects are well alive, active and integrated in the community.
> Now, does it apply to QtCurve? At a glance I thought it did, I can't really
> say for sure and could be totally wrong. :-)
Sorry but I'm a little bit confused.
According to what I have heard before, supports from the sysadmin and
other teams are necessary anyway if a project want to join the KDE
community and the list on the wiki page are very similar to what I
have heard of before incubator. So what's the difference between going
through the incubator or not? Is it a new name and a more organized
procedure to deal with all that's necessary for joining the community?
Thank you for you clarification
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