Allan Sandfeld Jensen kde at carewolf.com
Sun May 22 11:49:52 BST 2005

On Sunday 22 May 2005 12:30, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> On Sunday 22 May 2005 12:20, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> > I'd say 2 weeks is too short.
> I'd agree here.
> > Not everyone will rebuild their system within two weeks, so they may
> > never see the applications.
> >
> > What's more, kdereview is for apps that are nearing release state.
> > Doesn't that include l10n? If so, then a release condition is that
> > translators have translated the app. What I can't tell is the percentage
> > of
> > completion, how many languages, etc.
> Not sure kdereview was ever about translations or about releases at all.
> Does someone have a reference on what the discussion about kdereview
> was? I only looked at viki so far and guess it should move to
> kdeaccessibility.
I fail to see what purpose kdereview fullfills. If the application is under 
development it can be in either playground or extragear (finish but not KDE 
material yet). If an application wants to become part of a KDE module it 
should be proposed and accepted by the responsible mailing-list and 
maintainer. At that it point it _is_ already reviewed, and can become part of 
the module. If added to the development branch, none of the other 
applications has to be in release state so why should the new one?


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