sorry again for the name(this time was a typo)
I understand your view, your response did not feel to welcoming for new
contributors and that was the main problem I had.
On Friday, May 04, 2012 12:44:26 PM Laszlo Papp wrote:
> On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 10:36 AM, Simion Ploscariu
> <simion@...> wrote:
> > Hi Laszo,sorry for the name mistake
> Now, the second 'l' is missing. ;)
> > I understand but it seems harsh to give a vote down without trying the
> > application.
> Hmm, perhaps I used too much review tool recently, like gerrit. In any
> case, -1 does not mean I am totally against the idea, do not do this.
> That is -2. :) -1 is just that I have concerns. Please do not take the
> situation this hard. :-)
> > About the UI, after you try it you can say exactly what you do not like
> > about it, saying you do not like Qt Quick and Plasma is not enough for a
> > developer, maybe you want a cleaner interface an option could be added
> > for that.
> I have developed a plasma components based simple application. I have
> packaged the whole stack up to the Plasma Components on t he N9
> device. I was there at the Plasma Active sprint. I even tried this out
> on different platforms than desktop (namely Harmattan instead of the
> Harmattan components). I have a rough idea about this. ;)
> To be quite honest, I prefer other solutions better like I wrote. As
> for me, qt desktop components is a better way to go even if it is a
> research project. Saying that "Plasma Components" are themable is
> overrated in this situation since it is not something I would do, plus
> even if this has the feature for that, it does not mean there is such
> a replacement for the desktop player style in any case.
> I am really not getting the point of deleting the current application
> without preserving the option for build that for the time being. Once
> the qt desktop components becomes more mature (or even before that),
> we could have a plasma-free solution, I would happy with.
> Best Regards,
> Laszlo Papp
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