Matt Rogers mattr at kde.org
Sun May 22 14:43:46 BST 2005

On Sunday 22 May 2005 09:05 am, Anne-Marie Mahfouf wrote:
> Le 21 Mai 2005 18:45, Albert Astals Cid a écrit :
> > Currently in kdereview we have knetworkconf, ksynaptics and viki. IIRC
> > they have been there for almost 2 months and IMHO this is breaking the
> > purpose of kdereview, that is giving some review to programs. So that
> > programs should be either approved to be "stable and kde compilant" and
> > decide with the author if they have to go to any kde module or to some
> > extragear or either push them back to the playground.
> >
> > What do you think? Should we put a hard maximum time, for example 2
> > weeks, for projects to stay in kdereview?
> >
> > Albert
> I just would like to say that any app in kdereview should have a complete
> handbook covering all features of the application as well as QWhatsThis
> help. Maybe a usability feedback as well?

sorry, you're never going to get this and it shouldn't be a requirement for 
inclusion. Yes, it's a good thing, but let's face it, we can't count on it 
ever happening.

> The author also has to agree to maintain it (at least for a while).
> If we agree on some basics, I can write a README that we can put in each
> kdereview.

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