dotancohen at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 23:54:53 GMT 2009
2009/1/7 Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. <bss at iguanasuicide.net>:
> On Tuesday 2009 January 06 17:20:08 Dotan Cohen wrote:
>> Thanks for that bit of info. I do know that the release schedules
>> differ, but Amarok seems like a flagship KDE application.
> The problem is "KDE application" is a bit ambiguous.
> Amarok *is* a flagship "KDE application" if by that you mean "an application
> built using the KDE libraries and frameworks".
> Amarok is not a "KDE application" if by that you mean "an application
> maintained and released by the KDE project".
> Also, "KDE applications" might move between those two, more specific
> classifications during their lifetime. Plus, I think the KDE project
> sometimes provide resources to "KDE applications" of the first type, even if
> they aren't "KDE applications" of the second type.
> There's even a third type of "KDE application": an application installed
> automatically by the majority of distributions when you select "KDE" during
My definition was "a popular, respected application that is often
associated with KDE".
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