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Sun Dec 13 13:44:33 GMT 2020
In theory, yes. In practicality, it might be hard because the library used for the Bible access is designed only for the Bible, so don't expect any official Quran/Torah/etc. modules from the organization behind it (Crosswire).
I want to eventually abstract content access using plugins. I'm currently working on abstracting something else, but content access will likely come next.
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Subject: Re: TotalReqall
On Friday, December 11, 2020 10:06:42 PM Nate Graham wrote:
> On 12/11/20 6:17 PM, Ömer Fadıl USTA wrote:
> > English is not my native language so to be understanding correctly , is
> > this application is religion based application? is so i dont think it
> > will be a part of Kde project otherwise it will start a big problem with
> > users which belongs to other religions.
> KDE takes no position on religion, so I don't think there's any problem
> with this app. A Bible app implies no endorsement on the part of KDE of
> any particular flavor of Christianity, any more than if someone wanted
> to make a KDE app for the Quran or the Torah, or to make plugins for
> those holy books in this app.
And (from the peanut gallery), presumably the Quran (or some other religion's
holy book(s) could be substituted for the Bible (as long as written in a
language which TotalReqall can handle (which, if it is UTF-8, is presumably
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