[Clipart] KDE and OCAL
aseigo at kde.org
Mon Apr 18 12:42:24 PDT 2005
On April 18, 2005 19:19, Nathan Eady wrote:
> Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> >>Agreed. We are at a pretty early stage, in terms of our
> >>infrastructure and setup, but already the collection is useful.
> > yes, it's quite extensive.
> I envision it as being much more extensive in the future.
> >>> - providing a KDE application that can browse the archives
> >>>(online/offline?) of OCAL. this could be made a generic part that
> >>>other applications, such as KOffice or Quanta, could use to allow
> >>>seamless access to OCAL images.
> >>This part seems like a task that ought to be undertaken by someone
> >>familiar with KDE development, who has used Qt and other KDE-oriented
> >>libraries in the past, and so forth.
> > of course. i just didn't want to spend resources in this direction if
> > there wasn't some interest on OCAL's part, which it seems there is so
> > .... huzzah!
> Interest is one thing, but I do not know that we have the developer
> talent and time to undertake this. Certainly, it would be cool to
> see such a thing materialize.
oh, i'm not expecting OCAL to do this. it would be something that i or another
KDE developer would do. obviously this would take some coordination w/OCAL on
things such as the metadata usage and directory layouts.
> > i'm currently trying to determine which would be the best venues. if the
> > koffice stuff goes forward, i think a nice announcement on theDot
> > (dot.kde.org) to coincide with your 0.13 release would be a nice idea...
> > it would send several thousand KDE users your way in one fell swoop
> Several thousand users in one fell swoop? Wow. *That* certainly
> ought to liven things up around here!
heh.. well, IME an article on theDot results in 2-3000 people visiting your
site directly with more reading the actual article ... when it spins out to
other venues that cover theDot, that brings a thousand or three more people,
depending on the topic.
no promises, of course, just that's what i've experienced in the past =)
Aaron J. Seigo
Society is Geometric
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