[kde-edu]: Fwd: Timetable program

Sebastian Stein s5228 at informatik.htw-dresden.de
Thu Apr 10 11:40:46 CEST 2003

Matthias Meßmer <bmlmessmer at web.de> [030410 10:33]:
> On Thursday 10 April 2003 02:02, Dominique Devriese wrote:
> > I think this would be rather useful for schools etc., but imho, this
> > program needs quite some UI work, a port to KDE instead of Qt, and of
> > course an active maintainer in order for being of value to KDE-Edu.
> Do you think it would fit into the KDE-Edu Project then? Isn't it a more
> Groupware ore Pim related program with special features for schools?

You are right. It is not a normal educational software. It is a software to
support an educational institution in creating a perfect timetable. I think
this tool wouldn't be of major interest for most KDE users. It would be good
to have something like that, but I don't like the idea as well to include
such a thing into the whole KDE distribution.

And no, a timetable program isn't a Groupware or Pim related program. It is
a program to manage several ressources (rooms, teachers, pupils) and to
produce with these ressources courses. You may also need some equipment like
video recorder, flip chart or something like that.

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