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Subject:why kdelibs?
From:Chani (chan@gmail.com)
Date:Oct 28, 2010 4:11:43 am
List:org.kde.kde-core-devel

When I was at DevDays, I noticed that while people were very enthusiastic about Qt, I was getting a sort of "qt is all you need" vibe at times - a fine sentiment for promoting qt, but then, what about kdelibs?

And then I realized: what *about* kdelibs? I had no idea how to tell anyone why they should use the kde platform, what advantages it would bring. Hell, at this point I'm not even sure what's *in* kdelibs, or what the KDE Platform is.

After a quick skim of community.kde.org, I'm just as lost.

So I ask you: Why kdelibs? Why the KDE Platform? I *know* that we have all kinds of awesome in there, but what is it and why should people use it?