← Promo/Guidance/General KDE Talking Points You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, Administrators, trusted, KDEDevelopers. You can view and copy the source of this page. *warning This page is far from done and needs a lot of work. Inspiration could come from https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Talking_Points ==Hot topics, good answers== In the Strategy Section you will find [[Promo/Strategy#Hot_Topics.2C_Good_Answers | answers to typical questions]] and information on how to talk about some subjects like Akonadi and Nepomuk. ==''Wow'' features== Things to talk about or demonstrate that make KDE software better than the competition *KWin desktop effects **Bling: Cover Flow switcher **Useful: Desktop grid combined with expose type effect *Folder View ** quick and easy access to all kinds of real and virtual (think Nepomuk, network shares, etc) folders ** WOW: you can have more than one on your desktop - scrollable and you can digg down by hovering your mouse. Far more efficient than a bunch of random files on the desktop... ** Quickly drag'n'drop a folder on the desktop, create folderview, work from it, close it. No copying of files, yet everything on the desktop. Works great with activities! *Kopete **''All'' your chat accounts in one app *Amarok **Wikipedia, Flickr, YouTube integration **Magnatune - buy your music right here *Digikam **Brilliant editor built in **Export to everywhere with kipi *KRunner **You computer is smart - type what you want to do/use *Marble **OpenStreetMap *Gwenview *KIO **Audiocd - "copy" files straight from the CD **Fish *Microblog widget *Kwallet *Plasma flexibility - build your own workspace ==Other ideas== I ([[User:Stu|Stu]]) have moved ideas I don't find compelling or needing more info to the 'Discussion' tab of this page to keep the main page clean. Please re-import things as required. Return to Promo/Guidance/General KDE Talking Points. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/Promo/Guidance/General_KDE_Talking_Points"