[kde-community] KDE office (was: Your KDE highlight of 2014?)

Mirko Boehm mirko at kde.org
Mon Dec 29 12:43:44 GMT 2014


> On 28 Dec 2014, at 09:21, Aaron J. Seigo <aseigo at kde.org> wrote:
> On Thursday, December 25, 2014 00.15:25 Jonathan Riddell wrote:
>> Um, what? You don't want KDE to work on KDE project together and call
>> it KDE?
> Call the result KDE software, call your efforts part of KDE, but putting "KDE" 
> on an office door and calling it a "KDE office" creates a level of 
> responsibility on behalf of KDE and anything that may happen in that office 
> reflect on KDE. If there is some process for setting up such a space such that 
> it meets the shared principles of KDE and is managed in a responsible fashion, 
> then it can work. Random people randomly setting up physical spaces that "are 
> KDE" is simply risky.
> You may be fine with that. I would caution against it.

I would not put too much worry into this. Having too many people that are over-eager to build and expand our community and it’s presence is probably the least of our worries. If a significant portion of commits are coming from that room, why wouldn’t it be a KDE office? :-) 

Happy holidays, 

Mirko Boehm | mirko at kde.org | KDE e.V.
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