peter at peterandlinda.com
Wed Sep 24 21:16:04 CEST 2008
Great to see interest in flashcard programs. But why do we all have to start
our own project (myself included)?
I have not tried your program, only looked at the two available screenshots.
In KDE we currently have two offerings, Parley and KWordQuiz. Parley is for
advanced language learning and KWordQuiz is aimed at being simpler and more
general purpose. Both of these programs have matured over several years. What
were you missing in these two programs?
It appears from the screenshots and description that you use your own file
format. In KDE we have standardized on kvtml. It is used by Parley, KWordQuiz
and several of the other programs in the edu module. Would you be able to use
this format? Is anything in particular missing in your opinion? See
http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdeedu/libkdeedu/keduvocdocument/ for the
You seem to have nice support for pictures. This has recently been added to
Parley, but is still missing in KWordQuiz due to lack of time on my part.
On Wednesday 24 September 2008 10:22:49 am shahab shirazi wrote:
> Hello KDE-Edu team!
> I'm shahab, the developer of FlashQard project:
> Obviously this is an educational software to help users to learn things in
> an efficient way using flash cards and Leitner system. Something a bit
> similar to Parley but not only for vocabularies. It is written by C++ and
> Qt (which of course can be switched to KDE classes)
> Although it is under heavy development, but it has lots of features and can
> be useful.
> I was wondering if it is possible to include this software in KDE. (then it
> would go under VERY heavy development :D )
> best regards...
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