kdelibs coding style

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at kde.org
Thu Jul 20 19:38:37 BST 2006

On Thursday 20 July 2006 11:30, Charles Samuels wrote:
> Benjamin Meyer wrote, on Thursday 2006 July 20 8:49 am:
> >  - that support for this was completely unanimous amongst all in
> > attendance at Trysil
> So you're saying that you had a fair vote that everyone could participate
> in?
> And this happened in an event to which you needed to be invited?

you're missing the point here, which is that the first 20+ people whom work on 
kdelibs code (many of whom do so a lot more than anyone else in the project) 
all thought it was a good idea. if that many key stakeholders in the code 
felt it was a good idea, that likely means it's not a bad idea. let's not 
turn this into a "phear the cabal" discussion as that's neither relevant here 
nor productive.


Aaron J. Seigo
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