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KDE app to be ported to Windows? (see 1. Comment)

Posted by Yaba on Sep 26 2004
Kicker3%3%3% 3%
Kmail7%7%7% 7%
Konqueror12%12%12% 12%
KOffice4%4%4% 4%
KOrganizer2%2%2% 2%
Quanta +8%8%8% 8%
Kopete6%6%6% 6%
K3B17%17%17% 17%
Kate5%5%5% 5%
None35%35%35% 35%
Votes: 2355
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 maybe good for linux

 by janet on: Sep 30 2004
Score 50%

If Konqueror would be a win-app too maybe it would be better supported by many websites...

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 Re: maybe good for linux

 by Jondor on: Oct 1 2004
Score 50%

I doubt. Beter support starts with more users.

On the other side (the website to be precise) a better error window would be a tremendous help. With moz I get a usually helpful error message, a linenumber and when I click I see the source with the right line selected.. Konq. gives me a cute red bug and an rather unhelpful message. Guess which browser is first supported but toolboxes and more complicated javascript..

Nobody expects the spanish inquisition!
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 by hugolec on: Sep 30 2004
Score 50%

KDE is a so big and wonderful piece of achievement that porting base apps to Windows(...) would be a way to encourage people to stay sticked with Microsoft, allowing Microsoft to make more money (for lobbying, advocates, patents, ...) : people around me really don't care about political and patent issues. The only reason that would make them quit Windows is the fact that emerged part of the GNU/Linux/Hurd(...) iceberg is sexy.

Yes, KDE (a major part of the iceberg) is sexy !

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 Good for Windows

 by XepheX on: Sep 30 2004
Score 50%

Maybe all applications woulb be good for Windows. Kicker is much better than the Windows- equivalent and konqueror is better than explorer, Quanta rulez, K3B is a really good free burner and KOffice would be cool, too. But.. that would help Microsoft, and not OpenSource.

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 Help converting?

 by blaster999 on: Oct 1 2004
Score 50%

If only one app from the list is ported, people will be encouraged to see the whole KDE in action (and they would need GNU/Linux or *BSD), so it could help to draw people's attention to free software. For example, I used firefox (it was called firebird in that times) in Windows before converting, and having the same app in Linux helped me feel comfortable when I was doing my first steps.
Yes, the whole KDE shouldn't be ported.

It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wiled it.
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 Why to do this?

 by z-vet on: Oct 2 2004
Score 50%

Why port applications to Windows? You want to use it - use Linux. :)

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