Tx to a slashdot article about KDE and OpenUsability, I am really confused, perhaps sad. It was the discussion afterwards. I did not know that the world is devided into Gnome and KDE. But if I read (some of) the comments, I get the impression.
The FLOSS-Usability project is a strong initiative to bring developers and usability folks together. Their first "Sprint" took place in February in San Francisco and it was a amazing workshop (image). Eugene Eric Kim then brought up the idea of usability mentoring or caretakers who support the projects if the developers want it. This "matchmaking" was and is one of the basic ideas of OpenUsability, so that we decided to put our efforts together.