[kde-community] Mailing list for KDE tutorials discussion
franklin at goodhorse.idv.tw
Sat Aug 15 06:37:31 UTC 2015
Since this is off-topic in akademy-attendees, I only reply on kde-community
IMO it's different from kde-devel. kde-devel is suitable for asking or
discussing while developing. However, what I'd like to do is to create
materials and courses about how to develop KDE/Qt applications.
kde-teaching is used to discuss about creating and improving such tutorial
materials, or exchange experiences while teaching. After this course, one
can develop and discuss questions on kde-devel.
2015-08-13 17:20 GMT+08:00 Dominik Haumann <dhaumann at kde.org>:
> On Sun, Aug 2, 2015 at 2:13 PM, Franklin Weng <franklin at goodhorse.idv.tw>
> > Hi,
> > Following the discussion in "Teaching Qt with KDE" BoF, I've took a look
> > full mailing list . I didn't find any existing one appropriate for
> > purpose. kde-doc-english list seems to aim for writing KDE manuals with
> > applications.
> > If you have any good suggestion for using existing one, please tell me.
> > not, should we create a list for discussing KDE tutorials including
> > TechBase, UserBase, and this one?
> > No matter what list we use, I'll announce it in kde-devel too to see if
> > other kde developers are interested.
> > BTW, the course outline I created for Qt/KDE tutorial is at . If you
> > interested, please feel free to add your suggestions in it.
> > Thanks for everyone in Akademy.
> > Franklin
> >  https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo
> >  https://notes.kde.org/p/Learn_Qt_Programming_with_KDE
> I have not followed this discussion so far. However, I wonder whether
> kde-teaching at kde.org is really necessary. Isn't that what kde-devel
> is exactly for?
> Reasoning behind this: we already have kde-core-devel for "the real" suff,
> so kde-devel must have some purpose. What's nice with kde-devel is
> that most of the kde contributors are subscribed there. A mailing list
> only works, if there are enough users *and* KDE developers around
> to sustain it. kde-devel for sure meets this requirement.
> For me, this is also about getting new KDE contributors, and there is
> no better place to ask than kde-devel.
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