Over the years, most if not all my presentations on Kexi were aimed at users or power users. When preparing for the Calligra Sprint I thought it would make sense to approach the Calligra contributors with a small update on what are goals and ideas embedded in this specific office application. I hope you, the KDE contributors, would benefit a bit too.
We, at the project believe the software foundations that Kexi is built on are also increasingly more interesting for Qt-only developers or those that expect minimal dependency on KDE libraries. This becomes possible while modularization advances, in particular while the Predicate database creation/connectivity library matures.
Is there anything left unanswered? Please leave your questions in the comments section below.
PS: Next time on eating our own dog food in Calligra.