Re: read KDE and QT in the archives was Re: Status of Harmony?
On 07-Sep-1998, Shaleh <email@example.com> wrote:
> I really think we should all go back and read the archives here people.
> No sense running the same aguments.
> To sum it up quickly, when Bruce was still pres. he offered to help get
> Harmony up and sponsor KDe (this was right before or right as GNOME
> showed up). The KDE people stated they liked QT and would not use a QT
> clone. So harmony was never backed. And GNOME became the official GNU
> thing. Even iif Harmony ever grows to fruition, the core of KDE will
> exploit QT features and make Harmony a big circular waste of time.
Not necessarily. You can create a split of KDE that does
not use these features.
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