[kde-community] KDE office (was: Your KDE highlight of 2014?)
staniek at kde.org
Mon Dec 29 15:46:07 GMT 2014
Hi. Let's put a nice "KDE Community" logo on the doors, done.
After all we're educating rest of the world what KDE means, this is
one more opportunity to do that.
On 29 December 2014 at 13:43, Mirko Boehm <mirko at kde.org> wrote:
>> 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? :-)
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