KDE Edu & KDE4

Michael Nottebrock lofi at freebsd.org
Thu Aug 11 18:36:17 BST 2005

On Thursday, 11. August 2005 11:37, Torsten Rahn wrote:

> Sorry, but I feel that the measures you are suggesting if followed
> thoroughly will hurt one of KDE's most successful projects.

I'm really not meaning to troll here, but: How exactly has it been successful, 
and how do you measure its success?

I've just written a few days ago that my perception of kdeedu (and kdegames) 
is the complete opposite of yours - that it does NOT give KDE much of a 
competitive edge, but binds a lot of developer resources.

Is there some kind of data available that we could use to determine the 
success/usefulness of kdeedu more objectively?

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