In any case, I still like and endorse the software. It's one of the last few FOSS that can compete with commercial software while holding true to its ideals of freedom'n'stuff. Can't even trust Audacity or Firefox these days...
Aloys wrote:I've always thought forking it and trim all the extra fat to make it "our" Uru Blender was the way to go.
Hmm, I'd be a bit wary of having to support and improve our own version of Blender, when so far all we need is accessible through the Python API (even with all its quirks).
Ideally, yeah, having a dedicated Plasma editor would be great. But then I'm not even sure basing it off an "opinionated" framework like Blender is a good idea. That didn't really work out for me with UPlasma, at least. But fortunately we're not there yet.