[kde-edu]: edu apps review

Agustin Benito eslic at ejerciciosresueltos.com
Thu May 17 15:06:34 CEST 2007

Hi all,

read carefully this e-mail because I think it would be great that somebody 
tells the Edubuntu guys info about kde-edu apps in order to be included in 
future edubuntu releases and have info about your great job in their web. In 
UDS we talked about making a general research of edu apps and it looks like 
Edubuntu wants to do such a think.


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Subject: edubuntu-devel Digest, Vol 24, Issue 11
Date: Jueves, 17 de Mayo de 2007 11:00
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   1. Call for input: App Review Process Spec (Will van der Leij)


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Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 12:56:39 +0200
From: Will van der Leij <will at ubuntu.com>
Subject: Call for input: App Review Process Spec
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Hi all,

One of the specs called for at UDS was a process for reviewing
applications into Edubuntu.
I've popped the bulk of the front matter onto
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdubuntuApplicationReview but am now redoing the
design section. The scope has changed a bit from what we discussed but
should make things a bit simpler.

However, thought it would be a good idea to get a call for input on this
from the folks involved with actually processing the apps to make
suggestions before I kick into the design sections.

It's quite an important spec as such a tool can help to alleviate the
wiki clutter involved in such a process (ask any MOTU about that one) as
well as help formalise things a bit and provide a central point of feedback.

All comments greatly encouraged,
Will van der Leij


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