> While normally prefering slow evolution, an impression visually and
> conceptually new (without breaking the core!), would give the magazines and
> blogger something to write about.
> The message would be that Trinity is not dead/old-fashioned/backward-oriented
> but alive and kicking, and well worth considering.
Excellent point, I fully share that
> What is the state of code sharing or cooperation between Trinity and the (in
> my perception former and stale?) OpenSuSE KDE3.5 efforts? Hopefully no ill
From TDE side there is no ill feeling AFAICT. Hopefully the same on the other side, no idea at all.
In terms of cooperation, I think we are two independent groups, but if developers from KDE3 wants to join
the TDE dev group they would be more than welcome :-)