SuperKaramba's location for 3.5

Nicolas Goutte nicolasg at
Thu Jul 28 18:23:40 BST 2005

On Thursday 28 July 2005 15:03, Ryan Nickell wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-07-28 at 10:59 +0200, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> > Am Mittwoch 27 Juli 2005 03:38 schrieb Ryan Nickell:
> > > Hello,
> > > My name is Ryan and I'm one of the SuperKaramba developers.
> > > Currently SuperKaramba lives in /trunk/kdereview.
> > > We would like to get it moved out and into something that is more
> > > distributed such as kdetoys or extragear.
> >
> > Hmm, kdetoys could be open, it is currently such a wild mixture
> > of things, that's hard to say it doesn't fit in there :)
> >
> > I don't mind either including superkaramba in the KDE 3.5 release,
> > after all it seems to have a huge fan community on kde-look. Extragear
> > is there for applications that have a release schedule on their own.
> > It doesn't seem too likely to me that the development of it will continue
> > much after KDE 3.5 is out, so I guess, it doesn't really fit that well
> > into extragear.
> You are accurate in your assumption. After 3.5 is out, actually earlier
> since we want to work on Plasma, development will stop on SK.
> > But all this is without having an own look at superkaramba, only from
> > hearsay. I have no idea how good it's internationalized (prepared for
> > translations) or if it has a documentation. This all may be reasons why
> > it does _not_ fit in kdetoys.
> We've replaced all of the strings with the i18n() macros.  There may
> need to be more done for internationalization, so please check over this
> in case we missed something.

See: http://

> We've documented our python interface that is exposed to theme
> developers, but not all of the .h headers.  Is there a link to the
> documentation guidelines that we could go by?

I do not think that there is really a KDE source documentation guideline.
Doxygen itself is documented at

> > Greetings, Stephan

Have a nice day!

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