[kune-devel] Más feedback
samer2004 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 11:47:08 CET 2009
Muy buenas :)
EstÃ¡n insistiendo en algunas cosas que yo creÃa que quedaban claras en la
MÃ¡s que he recibido:
- Poner traspas de "por quÃ© esto es mejor que Facebook", "Why kune is for
you" etc etc etc al principio. No sÃ©, es un debate que habÃamos cerrado,
ahora dicen que se entenderÃa por dÃ³nde van los tiros y se verÃa con otros
ojos el vÃdeo.
- Y el rollo de poner ejemplos populares y sus diferencias con ellos, mÃ¡s
explÃcitas, lo harÃa mÃ¡s "terrenal". Me sugieren que se explique al
principio algo rollo "quÃ© aporta respecto al Messenger, Facebook, Google
Docs...". Aunque quizÃ¡ esto vendrÃa mejor en una versiÃ³n del vÃdeo "para
todos los pÃºblicos".
- Lo de elegir "project" o "community" no se entiende.
- No se pilla bien (a pesar de que se explicita) lo de que se presenta la
parte del workspace pero no la parte pÃºblica.
- La mÃºsica tiene mÃ¡s adeptos que detractores :)
Y ademÃ¡s, transcribo Ãntegro el feedback de un colega polaco, para tomar
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From: Maciej M. Latek
Date: Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 20:18
Subject: Re: Please, check it out
First, I must admit that I'm impressed with the way Kune looks and works. I
heard that GWT is powerful, but did not suspect that such a small team would
be able to accomplish so much: would you care to estimate how many work
hours were devoted to this project?
Second, I hope that you do not have expectations of only praise from such an
old grizzled man like me, so I will cut short and ask following:
1. This thing is to be deployed by the end-user on it's own desktop or
would an community server be supported?
2. If it is supposed to be deployed by the end-user, you would be hard
pressed to point to advantages over other open-source CMS system (I have
some experience with Joomla (great, and those thousands extensions for it,
including all the blogs and social networking features) and one thing for
class management moodle, which sucks). Of course, I might be missing
something, but at least you could build a table what is in Kune that is
missing from, say, Joomla? Is it just the hippy/anarchist/leftist feel to it
with plenty of licences to choose from, or something that GWT enables
3. One big red flag: can a user subscribe to a page to get automatically
notified about the changes to it (like RSS / Trac feeds)? And where is my
SVN (right, I know you might be targeting different crowd)?
4. Would I be able to use / reuse as plugins other GWT applications? Like
stuff from my igoogle homepage?
5. How do you expect to compete with assembla where I get all the
features and server space for free (for users if not money)?
6. Would you be able to point me to a website / existing online community
which would be better off migrating to Kune?
As You see, those are mostly framing questions, in terms whom exactly Kune
targets and what incremental benefit it offers over existing solutions /
whether you can reuse community effort from other projects in an effortless
manner. And, of course, those are just my random issues and feel free to
Once again, great job and my best regards,
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