You have probably heard last week that Peter stepped down as Dolphin maintainer. I would like to thank him for the good collaboration that we had during the last years. It was a great pleasure to work with him, and I think that his departure is a big loss for KDE.
He entrusted the future maintenance of Dolphin to me, so I will do my best to keep it in good shape. I think that ease of use and stability are what users appreciate most about Dolphin, and I want to make sure that it stays that way.
My most important medium-term goal is to attract new developers. I think that this is of vital importance for a number of reasons:
- Any software project with a low bus number is in great danger.
- I am the maintainer now, but that does not mean that the amount of time that…
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