|From:||Richard Hughes <hughsient-AT-gmail.com>|
|To:||Christoph Feck <christoph-AT-maxiom.de>|
|Subject:||Re: Color Managing KDE|
|Date:||Wed, 22 Feb 2012 11:52:56 +0000|
On 22 February 2012 11:30, Christoph Feck <email@example.com> wrote: > Our "color management KDE dude" is Kai-Uwe Behrmann from Oyranos > team. See "git/playground/graphics/kolor-manager" for what is already > available. I gave up on working with Kai-Uwe a long time ago. Oyranos and colord are competing frameworks that have *very* different design ideologies. I've written a lot in the past on why I think Oyranos is the wrong approach, which I'll not write again here. From my biased point of view, in just over one year, colord has gone from concept to being included on nearly all distros by default. It's pulled in as multiple things like GTK and CUPS as a dependency. It's my firm belief that color management should be usable by real people without having to install or configure anything. I'm offering to help hackers in the KDE community build simple GUI code on top of colord. You guys get a color management system that works, and I get more users using my stuff. It's a win-win situation. Richard.
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