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== Manifesto Compliance Plan ==
 
== Manifesto Compliance Plan ==
 
* Open Governance: The project has a tradition of discussing proposed changes with interested users (bug reporters)
 
* Open Governance: The project has a tradition of discussing proposed changes with interested users (bug reporters)
* Free Software: All parts of Kup are under GPL2+ to ensure they stay free.
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* Free Software: All parts of Kup are under GPL2+ to ensure they stay free. The source repo, which is currently hosted on Github.com, will be migrated to KDE's infrastructure.
 
* Inclusivity: Have already welcomed help from many translators and packagers. Accepts that KDE gives write access for any KDE developer.
 
* Inclusivity: Have already welcomed help from many translators and packagers. Accepts that KDE gives write access for any KDE developer.
* Innovation: Commited to keep trying to find better solutions, invite and consider all proposals for improvements.
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* Innovation: Committed to keep trying to find better solutions, invite and consider all proposals for improvements.
 
* Common ownership: Moving this project to KDE umbrella is motivated partly by finding others to share ownership with.
 
* Common ownership: Moving this project to KDE umbrella is motivated partly by finding others to share ownership with.
 
* End-user focus: I believe a big reason why Kup is already popular despite almost zero marketing is the effort on guiding decisions based on how the software is actually used in practice.
 
* End-user focus: I believe a big reason why Kup is already popular despite almost zero marketing is the effort on guiding decisions based on how the software is actually used in practice.
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Latest revision as of 15:56, 17 June 2019

Kup Backup System

Sponsor: Nate Graham

Backup scheduler integrated into Plasma that offers both synchronized and versioned backups for easy safekeeping of personal files.

Team

Simon Persson

Manifesto Compliance Plan

  • Open Governance: The project has a tradition of discussing proposed changes with interested users (bug reporters)
  • Free Software: All parts of Kup are under GPL2+ to ensure they stay free. The source repo, which is currently hosted on Github.com, will be migrated to KDE's infrastructure.
  • Inclusivity: Have already welcomed help from many translators and packagers. Accepts that KDE gives write access for any KDE developer.
  • Innovation: Committed to keep trying to find better solutions, invite and consider all proposals for improvements.
  • Common ownership: Moving this project to KDE umbrella is motivated partly by finding others to share ownership with.
  • End-user focus: I believe a big reason why Kup is already popular despite almost zero marketing is the effort on guiding decisions based on how the software is actually used in practice.

Candidate ready

Status Description Notes
DONE Project description See above
DONE Project team See above
DONE Manifesto compliance plan See above

Incubating

Status Description Notes
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