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--[[User:Chani|Chani]] 09:42, 15 January 2008 (CET)
 
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I put in the TODOs because I didn't expect this page to get linked in the Visual Guide from the 4.0 announcement. I was planning to insert the details in but I had  a lot of commitments in the way. Now that I have some time, I think I'll rework the questions, perhaps adding specific ones for the terminology. And on that aspect, what is your (and other people who work on Plasma) on this? Which term do you often use for those? I'd like to use a "developer-approved" term. Perhaps I'll ping Aaron after the release party...
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--[[User:Einar|Einar]] 10:40, 15 January 2008 (CET)

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"Plasma is the component that is "in charge" of the user interface;"

this statement is misleading. it makes it sound like plasma controls the windows too. perhaps s/user/desktop/ ?

--Chani 07:55, 15 January 2008 (CET)

You are probably right. I will fix it after I get home from work.

--Einar 08:56, 15 January 2008 (CET)

also, the plasmoid/widget/applet terminology could be confusing. maybe we could clean this up, as well as mentioning superkaramba widgets, not just osx ones.

oh, and does that TODO stuff on the page belong in this discussion page? I'm not very familiar with wiki conventions.

--Chani 09:42, 15 January 2008 (CET)

I put in the TODOs because I didn't expect this page to get linked in the Visual Guide from the 4.0 announcement. I was planning to insert the details in but I had a lot of commitments in the way. Now that I have some time, I think I'll rework the questions, perhaps adding specific ones for the terminology. And on that aspect, what is your (and other people who work on Plasma) on this? Which term do you often use for those? I'd like to use a "developer-approved" term. Perhaps I'll ping Aaron after the release party...

--Einar 10:40, 15 January 2008 (CET)


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