inclusion of MathematiK into kde-edu

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Tue Sep 22 18:11:20 BST 2009

On September 22, 2009, Alexander Rieder wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 September 2009 03:35:04 Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> > have you discussed this with the KDE Edu team? they would be the ones
> > with the most relevant feedback for an app headed for the KDE Edu module.
> I've done that, and was referred to this list by annma for the review. See
>  [1] for the whole discussion.
> Alexander
> [1]

great; i didn't want to wade in before the appropriate module team did. glad 
to see that the discussion has gone well there. it will be great to see this 
application shipping soon :)

that said, where it ends up landing is an interesting question: kdeedu or 
extragear/edu? this depends on the audience scope of Cantor (a great name, 
imho :) and that of kdeedu itself. if Cantor is not of general use/interest or 
fit with the scheme of the current kdeedu (which seems aimed towards general 
education and/or a younger audience) then it may well be better in extragear 
(as both Kevin Krammer and Hanse Meine have pointed out as well)

either way, Annma's suggestion to get a blog on is also a great 
idea as a way to get more visibility (users and contributors) and thanks for 
your contribution to the world of KDE :) cool stuff...

Aaron J. Seigo
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