This site is for KDE (maybe Qt) software... every fool knows that you can run software based upon different (GUI)-toolkits on a Linux machine. So please promote your software on an appropriate platform! - Dec 09 2009
For a simple app like yours, I think most users would prefer SQLite - which is also a good choice as it is in the Python Core Lib! - Dec 02 2008
I Think you should also describe this on the homepage as I think this is a severe problem! - Feb 28 2008
However in this case I see the direct relation to KDE.
Unfortunately most other alien-apps argue just like this: "U can run it under KDE too!" - which is - to be honest - just crap! So we have a lot of GTK and Java-Apps here around ... and no "inform the admin"-Button!!! That would be a great feature... - Feb 09 2008
I also wonder about the words "brand new" in the description! What is "brand new"? I see this app now for a long time ... so it isn't really new anymore :-D - Sep 19 2007
Why is this nessasarry? I have nothing against your app, but this behavior is not only needless, it is also unsocial! - Aug 21 2007
It would be great to write, what has been really done! (New Version e.g.) - Jul 07 2007
I think it is based on Swing and not on Qt , isn't it? - Aug 14 2007
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But all f***** GTK stuff has nothing, really nothing to to with KDE. So promote it somewhere else, freshmeat.net or may be at some GTK special sites.
Let me give you an example:
Do you post in every news group everything? Of course not! For that reason there a special topics for each group, so the users can decide, what he wanna read about. Exactly this we have here! This place is called kde-apps not gtk-apps or bash-apps.
Unfortunately all the guys with "wrong" software react like fools if one critizie them in putting their apps here! I can remeber pea-zip, and two bash scripts for converting videos...
If you didn't know about it, ok, but now we tell you and you react like a kid, that lost his toys! - Jun 21 2007
Sorry guy, it is not against your program - it might be fine, but please use a different place to promote it! - Jun 20 2007
nice UI but which language you suppose for implementation?
Another thing: What is the file format of the WoW Settings File? XML? Or something custom? - May 08 2007
I think this could be very usefull and imho it might not be too difficult :-) - Apr 28 2007
I just tried this software and I got stuck in Step3 and dont know, how to go on ...
Perhaps anybody knows something about - or maybe another tool like this? - Jul 31 2006
I can not underatand, why there are always so much comments like "there is allready a better KDE application for this problem...". Of course that might be so, but:
It is good to have the choice!
Some apps are real killer apps; it is good then to have a smaller, perhaps faster program
The better programm might depend on much more external libraries - so one may prefer the lightweight one
I think everybody should do a programm, if he likes too. It is also sometimes a good way to get deeper into programming, when you start with something interesting for you, but also simple enough to handle it.
If he would join for example the ksudoku project, he must work himself into their code and understand it. That is imho a good thing, but not for a beginner or someone, who is not a teamworker!
Christian - Dec 07 2005
@App: I love Linux for all those great small applications. It is always fun to learn something in almost every tecnical or mathematical discipline! - Sep 16 2005
isn't your app quite useless as KDE brings its own mount dialog with it? Not to criticise you - it's fine to have a varuiaty of Software. I just want to knwo, what the special advatages of your app are? Perhaps iomega zip drives have some special things to deal with ...
How do you see, whether the user wants to mount a zip drive or something else? - Feb 15 2005
It would be more interesting, whether it compiles under KDE 3.2.0 (final) - although it sounds very probably concerning the statement just above.
Hyperion - Feb 19 2004