Well, that much is obvious. But then again, I didn't say there was a single lead, or that aseigo was
the leader. Having said that, he is the de-facto leading visionaire of today's KDE project and the main
driving force of many of the very good and some bad things that happened to KDE and its users. I
don't blame him personally, though. I am just pointing out that there are important lessons to be
learned, as in all previous similar happenings.