[kde-community] Closing the kde-core-devel mailing list
matthias at tenstral.net
Tue Aug 5 19:35:26 BST 2014
2014-08-05 20:29 GMT+02:00 Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org>:
> El Dilluns, 4 d'agost de 2014, a les 20:36:44, Vishesh Handa va escriure:
>> Hello people
>> Random Idea: How about we close the k-c-d mailing list? It's main purpose
>> used to be to discuss kdelibs changes, but now since we have
>> kde-frameworks, the mailing list seems less useful. We already have
>> kde-devel for other generic kde stuff.
> kde-core-devel main purpose may had been discuss kdelibs changes, but it has
> trascended that purspose a while ago.
> Let's see email threads that were sent here that don't belong to frameworks-
> devel, please tell me what list would replace k-c-d in this regard
> * Pushing AppStream data to KDE project's master branches
> * KDE Applications December 2014 release: which apps are targeting Qt4/Qt5?
> * Oxygen Fonts kdereview
> * Default wallpapers should go in svn or git?
> * Move of KXStitch to Extragear/Graphics
> * Kronometer now in KDE Review
> * Move of SymbolEditor to Extragear/Graphics
> * Moving plasma-nm to extragear
> * Talks @Akademy
> * KBibTeX in KDE Review
> * Freedesktop summit 2014
> * kde-workspace split incoming!
> As you see these have nothing to do with kdelibs. Sure i understand lib
> development moved to frameworks-devel, that's fine, but until you have a place
> to discuss core stuff I don't see why we should close our core-devel list.
I agree with this - but do we have a list where we can discuss
project-wide technical changes? The kde-core-devel list so far is one
of the few lists where you can reach most developers to discuss some
of this "global stuff".
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