[Kdenlive-devel] Fwd: kdenlive devel svn move to kde.svn.org
jm at poure.com
Sun Jan 4 22:46:33 UTC 2009
On Fri, 2009-01-02 at 22:11 +0100, Mads Bondo Dydensborg wrote:
> - less infrastructure maintainance
> - more likely participation of developers that have a KDE SVN account
> - code review, a lot of people follow commits and review patches (no
> it's just more likely due to increased visibility)
> - can be released alongside KDE (whereever it ends up, even extragear)
> - integration of SVN with bugtracker
> - translation done be KDE translation teams (manpower, consistency
> - shows stronger KDE ties, taking a bit more advantage of KDE's brand
> - the ebn, people doing roaming fixes, etc."
Everyone agrees that active developers are needed.
I see no problem in moving to KDE svn after a first collaboration and
active help are received. Witouth any prior help, I can only feel this
is a political offer.
Also, I was a KDE 2 user a long time ago and I still don't understand
KDE's choice to look like Windows. Take the example of Amarok, this once
beautiful software now looks horrible. Are the choices of users really
taken into account by KDE members and developers?
Another example: this mail was forwarded to our mailing list. Did the
developers take the time to register our mailing list? Will they really
help? I doubt. Help us first, then we move, this my personal answer.
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