Finding the Unloved 2013, acions.

David Narvaez david.narvaez at
Wed Feb 27 15:49:26 UTC 2013

On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 10:48 AM, Tomaz Canabrava <tcanabrava at> wrote:
> Fellow Developers,
> ( Cross Posting to kde-devel and kde-edu, there's probably other places that
> I should have send this too. )
> I'm organizing this year's round of Finding the Unloved, and it's a good
> thing that it's happening at the same time as the Google Summer of Code
> 2013, since we can join forces and have some  old but very userfull apps
> back to life ( I can think of a bunch, like Kommander, and the recently
> reborn KTouch ). We have lots and lots of apps that have great potential but
> got stuck in the KDE 3 era, I need your help as developers, project admins,
> to list those softwares and create a good list.
> The 10 biggest contribuitors of the app list will gain an autographed
> picture of Konqui. ( no kidding. )
> The Wiki were we will focus the collaboration is [1], I don't know if a
> merge with the Summer of code is desirable ( since I want to participate in
> the Summer of Code this year , and I'm organizing this stuff here ) but
> enough of talking, let's rock and fill this list.

Back in the 3-days, we had a formula editor. KFormula later went into
Calligra and was chewed into a Flake plugin so we no longer have a
standalone application for editing formulas. That probably isn't bad
from the Calligra POV, but I think KDE-Edu needs a Formula editor - at
least I could use one in Kig.

I can document the whole idea in the wiki but I first wanted to know
if this aligns with the goals of Find the Unloved.

David E. Narvaez

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