Contact us

We always welcome feedback and suggestions and of course also bug reports. The best way to report bugs and feature wishes is to use KDE's bugzilla page http://bugs.kde.org. A convenient link for reporting bugs is included in the main menu of KTouch, which presets the version and system information.

Of course, you can always mail us and remind us to check up on our bug reports once in a while :-)

If you send files and contributions (e.g. keyboard files), please send them gzipped to the current maintainer (that is Andreas at the moment, see below).

 People involved in the development of KTouch

Andreas Nicolai
Andreas joined the project in March 2003. He ported the programming interface to the current KDE style and added some features during that process. He is the current maintainer of the program and the webpage. So if you have a feature wish or if you found a bug in the program please contact Andreas. If you find a typo or mistake on the webpage, or if you found a broken link please write a short mail, too.
Mail to Andreas -  Andreas' Homepage

Håvard Frøiland
Håvard is the original author of the program and the project admin. He's doing all the administrational work (inviting new members at the sourceforge project etc) and keeps the whole project running. If you want to contribute to the project or if you have comments about the program in general you should contact Håvard.
Mail to Håvard

Many thanks to all the contributors of lectures, training files, icons, bug-fixes and of course also bug-reports.

Here's an (incomplete) list of people who helped during the development of KTouch:

  • Christian Spener
    Christian helped in the development of KTouch some time ago.<\li>

 Links you might find useful

KTouch was created using KDevelop. Without this powerful and feature-rich IDE the development process would have taken much longer.

The KDE Edutainment project
This subproject of KDE aims at creating easy-to-use software that "teaches something". One of the motivations for enhancing teaching-programs is to increase the popularity of open source in schools and universities. Someone who's learning something successfully with a Linux/KDE programs might use Linux/KDE in future as well... :-)

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