Nine things KDE should learn from Mac OS X

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at
Sat Aug 6 23:11:48 BST 2005

On Friday 05 August 2005 19:49, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> On Thursday 04 August 2005 03:03, Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > I have written up an article about Nine things KDE should learn
> > from Mac OS X. A lot of ideas that we might want to use for KDE4.
> what needs to happen from here is to get the groups responsible for
> various areas to start working on specific items concertedly.
> i think we've got desktop/panels covered, and pim as well. we need a
> konqueror (not khtml, that's a different topic) team with vision and
> push. we have some great konqueror hackers, but there's not enough
> cohesion there right now IMHO.
> anyways.. take "pervasive addressbook" as an example; that's
> something i see the PIM people needing to take a lead on and
> encouraging it's adoption virus-like throughout kde.

There's already a That'sMe entry in KAddressBook 
Sure, it's not filled on the first start of KDE. But that doesn't 
explain why it seems to be ignored by so many applications (according 
to what Benjamin wrote).

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