[scribus] Akademy invitation
christoph-schaefer at gmx.de
Fri Apr 9 05:03:37 CEST 2010
Am Freitag, 9. April 2010 05:58:08 schrieb John Culleton:
> On Thursday 08 April 2010 16:20:40 Bertjan Broeksema wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > In July KDE  will have its annual summit, Akademy . As a program
> > committee we're looking for interesting talks . We thought that it
> > would be nice to have a some talks from developers that work on Qt based
> > programs but don't use the KDE framework. We're in particular interested
> > to hear about why Qt is used and why there is no KDE integration.
> > Scribus obviously falls into this category. We therefore want to invite
> > you to sent in a proposal for a 30 minute talk.
> > For eventual questions, feel free to contact us at
> > akademy-talks at kde.org.
> > The deadline for submission is 23th of April. We're really looking
> > forward to your submission.
> > Cheers,
> > Bertjan
> >  http://www.kde.org
> >  http://akademy.kde.org/
> > 
> > http://dot.kde.org/2010/02/01/akademy-2010-our-world-clearly-call-papers
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> You didn't ask forf o;pinions from users, and that is telling. KDE 4 is
> terrible, which is why I use XFCE on my Slack 13 system and of course run
> Scribus under it. Scribus uses the QT4 software, which is why I have Slack
> 13 in the first place. Otherwise I would simply revert to Slack 12.2. In
> fact I have a Slack 12.1 partition up just so I can run Quanta Plus which
> is a useful app that was obsoleted by the move to Qt4.
1. Please read the email (actually an invitation) again.
2. Whether KDE 4 is terrible lies in the eye of the beholder/user, and
personally I happen to disagree with you.
I see no point in replying to an invitation (and most likely an invitation to
the Scribus Team) in such a hostile way.
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