Intended organization of KDE Frameworks

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Tue Jun 7 09:21:42 BST 2011

On Tuesday, June 7, 2011 08:39:58 Inge Wallin wrote:
> So a well defined API that applications could use, and a well isolated way
> to include a set of implementations would be nice.  We are dealing with

the best way to make this happen is to create a concrete plan and propose it. 

for inspiration: at Platform 11, a couple of teams spent entire days going 
through every single class in kdelibs and entry in kde-runtime to catalog what 
is what. the results are on spreadsheets:

these were then used to build up answers that are workable and make some 

it's work, but necessary work to turn a good ambition such as yours into a 
reality. we'll have a fair amount of time to do the actual work after 4.7 
branches, but we need to have concrete plans so we know what we are trying to 

Aaron J. Seigo
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