The next file format
andxav at zoho.com
Wed Aug 27 19:30:59 UTC 2014
---- On Tue, 26 Aug 2014 13:54:51 -0700 Bruno Coudoin<bruno.coudoin at gcompris.net> wrote ----
> Le 26/08/2014 22:13, Andreas Cord-Landwehr a écrit :
> > So the question is, how important do we rate the use-case of (non-)programmers
> > opening the ZIP archives and editing the vocabulary files by hand in
> > comparison to the "cost" of another library. (And that together with the quite
> > heavy dependency of Boost.)
I would like to keep the data at rest unzipped to encourage people to look at their own data.
I think open source and open data are co-existing goals.
What I expect of 1000 users is:
990 - users download a course and use it
9 - users open the editor and work on a course for themselves/others
1 - user opens a text editor to adjust something that annoys them
0 - users download source and fix something. I think that these users are fictitious :)
> > With an eye on making the live for porters (to Mac, Windows, Android,..)
> > easier and taking into consideration that we are talking about a library and
> > not an application, I am in favor of reducing external dependencies where
> > possible and reasonable.
> Just answering on this point, I agree with you. I am reluctant adding a
> Boost dependency just for Yaml.
I hear everyone, no Boost.
I still think that YAML is a better solution than JSON.
If there is way that doesn't add any additional dependencies can we still use YAML
, or do people have other objections?
> kde-edu mailing list
> kde-edu at mail.kde.org
More information about the kde-edu