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Q & A About The KDE Usability Project

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The KDE Usability Project reports I posted last week received a lot of feedback. There were several motivations for posting the reports, and I think it was a success. They are a useful reference for developers and other usability specialists as well as provides a public appearance for what the project does. Some of the feedback included questions about the project and reports. So, as webmaster of usability.kde.org and a project representative, let me answer some of these questions for you.

Is this all the (or kind of) work the project has produced over the past year?

No, and this is a two part answer.

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