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  • #31
    Originally posted by Honton View Post
    Yes that is very plausible. Either donating non-free code to Qt5 or hacking up Qt apps for Blackberries and Windows phones. That is the only things left to do when you realize KDE is game over.
    Qt is free and can't go nonfree.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Honton View Post
      Yes I would be a proven liar the minute you provide evidence. And it should be very easy for you. Point out a large amount of contributors who have been working exclusively on feature branches but not master branches. I hope you can do that or else you are the liar.
      The lie was when you falsely claimed that those were the two explanations that had been presented. They weren't and you knew it. Trying to move the goalposts now won't change the fact that you lied.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Honton View Post
        So far you are the only one asserting this
        Did you forget what you titled the thread? Your graph doesn't show "gnome kills kde" at all. Maybe if you just showed KDE contributor numbers dropping and said "KDE is dying" you would have a more tenable position, but attributing the decline to gnome and calling Qt "non-free" just shows you're a fanboy (at best).

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        • #34
          honton, you still did not get the point with KF5: Many core features get ported to Qt5 directly. That is why many kde devs went over to Qt. It has nothing to do with kde dying.

          BTW.: It is up to you to prove that your chart is reasonable enough to prove that your your point is valid. You did not do that. I am not talking about insulting others, but presenting good old facts. Something you now want to be done by others to prove some other position.
          And IMHO as long as there are frequent releases with many bugfixes, a planetkde.org full of news about new features and improvements, as long as there are trolls like you that think it is worth - or even needed - to announce other projects death, I am sure that project is REALLY healthy.
          Fullstop.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Honton View Post
            You failed to provide a list of feature-branch only hackers. It should be very easy for you since you claim there should be many. Names please.
            Doesn't change the fact that you lied. I am not going to bother answering this objection until I see a little honesty from you.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Honton View Post
              We might have a break through here. Do you accept KDE's decline as a fact, or do you believe half the contributors are hiding like ghosts in feature branches?
              The numbers on ohloh.net do not matter. As I already explained to you in another thread. Yes the graph you showed, illustrates it, but it just doesn't matter. I think it would be awesome if you could accept as a fact that ohloh.net is not suited to track the development of a community like KDE.

              The KDE community tracks the development through the commit-digest. But I don't trust those stats either, because I have seen commits attributed to me, which I pushed (but haven't done the patch) and commits appearing in the wrong week (push vs. commit date).

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              • #37
                oh and obviously that's the same as with the benchmarks we see so often here. If the data set is wrong, you can only do wrong conclusions.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Honton View Post
                  Surrendering code to Qt means going into CLA-land. KDE is not Qt. Anyway I suggest you look at the numbers for Qt contributors. Do you really think all the missing KDE hackers are within Qt now? You need the redo the math.

                  Anyway will you point out a few ex-KDE hackers who live exclusively in Qt hacking on stuff who formerly belonged in KDE?
                  You constantly ignore that KDE gets a BSD licensed Qt when Qt is closed...

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Honton View Post
                    Surrendering code to Qt means going into CLA-land. KDE is not Qt.
                    Nonesense. Qt is protected by the FreeQt Foundation. I do not have any problem with contributing code to Qt.

                    Originally posted by Honton View Post
                    Do you really think all the missing KDE hackers are within Qt now? You need the redo the math.

                    Anyway will you point out a few ex-KDE hackers who live exclusively in Qt hacking on stuff who formerly belonged in KDE?
                    sure, I know a whole bunch of them. Some are working directly at Digia, some are working for KDAB, some for Intel. They are all still KDE hackers, but just don't have that much time anymore to work on KDE directly and that's just fine. I mean I spent also quite some time today hacking on Qt ;-) Just think about the fact that Qt Contributor Summit was co-hosted with Akademy.

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                    • #40
                      stop feeding the troll, he is like bo$$ no matter what you say or do regardless if your are community dev or an actual KDE dev he won't stop his retarded completely outrageous without any rational basis conspiration theories from the parallel universe where his paranoid schizophrenia take him.

                      this thread in a nutshell is like trying to have a rational talk with a monkey to make him realize that throw shit is not playing baseball

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