Giving up our applications' identity? (was: Re: KDE)

pinheiro nuno at
Tue Jan 15 10:43:07 GMT 2008

A Tuesday 15 January 2008 07:47:54, Cornelius Schumacher escreveu:
> On Tuesday 15 January 2008 03:54:09 Jakob Petsovits wrote:
> > My assumption here was that KMail is mostly used as part of Kontact and
> > therefore doesn't need to be specifically branded (same reasoning for
> > KOrganizer and KAddressBook, btw) so I assigned it the generic icon.
> > It's certainly not a deterministic question on how to draw the line here,
> > and I'd also be fine with KMail going back to a branded kmail icon.
> One of the key features of Kontact is that it fully supports running all
> the individual components stand-alone as well, so each app which is part of
> Kontact has and maintains its own identity. So I think we should really
> keep the individual brands (especially KMail and also KOrganizer). They
> have a long tradition and it would be a loss to give them up.

No problem IM sure we can do the generic ones aswell, BTW kmail and most of 
the pim app icons we consider them undone, only akregator is ...


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