Akonadi acting up (again)

Kevin Krammer krammer at kde.org
Mon Sep 23 18:26:11 BST 2013

On Monday, 2013-09-23, John Woodhouse wrote:

> :-) I'll refrain from commenting on OOPsers ideas on modularity and code re
> :use and have never looked to see how it's organised so shouldn't. On the
> :other hand why such a difference between Kmail 3 and 4.

Not sure what OOP refers to here but I assume it doesn't mean Object Oriented 

Akonadi, like Evolution Data Server (short EDS) before [1], is a service 
oriented approach to PIM data access.

I am also not sure which two versions of KMail the second sentence is 
referring to. Is that KMail based on Qt3 and one of the two versions of KMail 
based on Qt4 or KMail1 and KMail2?


[1] EDS actually only offers contacts and calendar via its service but they 
are working on adding email as a service:

Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring
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