georgesak at spymac.com
Sat Nov 6 17:33:44 GMT 2004
I don't think a team up with Kde Bluetooth would be ideal. For the ppl who
just need the Irda stuff, they would want to get KBeam and that's it (I think
it would be an overkill for them to have to get Kde Bluetooth).
But for the extragear, that's a very good idea ! I'm gonna contact the
On November 6, 2004 08:22 am, Daniel Molkentin wrote:
> Am Freitag 05 November 2004 22:09 schrieb Georges A.K.:
> > get KBeam included in KBeam since it does offer a basic functionality ?
> Hopefully this is already the case ;)
> > What do you guys think ?
> I think you should look wether there's an opportunity to team up with the
> KDE-bluetooth guys. They have plenty of stuff implemented for bluetooth
> that should work just as well for IrDA (IrMC and OBEX to name just a
> couple). If there is an opportunity to do so, it should be done. As for
> taking the package into the core distribution: I would rather like to see
> it in kdeextragear. It will be picked up by distributors and interested
> people anyway.
> Plus you must be aware that with putting KBeam into one of the core
> packages, you have to obey to the release cycles of KDE and so on.
> kdeextragear leaves you a lot more freedom in that regard.
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