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Mockups for KPackageKit


KDE4 Brainstorm

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Mockups for KPackageKit

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Submitted:  May 19 2010

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 bit like shaman2 ui

 by takanowaka on: May 19 2010
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i wonder if dantii will continue working on kpackagekit once shaman2 will be out.. because its promise of high extensibility makes it real kpackagekit's competitor.. or maybe they will coexist happily alongside each other ;)

more info on shaman2 http://drfav.wordpress.com/2009/12/01/introducing-shaman-a-new-universal-package-management-frontend/

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 Re: bit like shaman2 ui

 by lordlukas on: May 19 2010
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that looks like synaptic, I like it :)

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 Not awesome enough

 by plaristote on: May 19 2010
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This is far better than the actual PackageKit of course, still this is not awesome enough : what people need is more like Ubuntu's Software Center (and even the Software Center hasn't been far enough).
We need more feature in order to find applications, or to allow applications to show themselves.
What we need is a communitary Software Center. So this PackageKit mockup is cool yeah, but it's yet another package managment interface.

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 Re: Not awesome enough

 by Tids on: May 20 2010
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https://launchpad.net/software-center-qt :) maybe?

@ Lang: i love this mockup, but one thing. Can you use an [install] button? I hate this arrows :/

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 Re: Re: Not awesome enough

 by goona on: May 21 2010
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In Kubuntu Maverick comes a new applications view for KPackageKit:


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 Realy good

 by PaKoX on: May 20 2010
Score 50%

title :D

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 Hate it

 by molecule-eye on: Jun 3 2010
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KPackageKit ought not be a congested-looking "software centre" where each of the categories is littered with so many things that categorizing them in the first place is of little use. If there were some sort of rating system it would be helpful, but there isn't. That functionality is provided in a "software centre". Perhaps package management should have this functionality built in so as to make software centres redundant, but presently they don't, so this brainstorm idea doesn't make much sense.

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