Continuing the discussion from Kate does not detect spellcheck backends:
I forgot to mention that this library (hunspell-de) was already installed as well.
And I would assume, the error message in my screenshot would not appear, if a backend like hunspell would be installed, just the language selection would stay empty.
I would assume, one of the people here could spend 10 seconds to install hunspell, to confirm if this is a me issue. My fault.
Just alone that you assume, that any project of a certain size has a fixed number of potential contributors, just shows the drastic misconception here.
Did you ever imagine, that the rate of contributors does not go hand in hand with the amount of users?
Like, why should that even be?
It is ONE indicator, and not the sole, dominant deciding factor.
And that you assume otherwise, just shows the whole reason for the low rate of contributors of this project.
Projects can be small and have a growth rate of contributions, that is larger than that of more popular projects.
The Nim community is quite small, not well funded, and is a niche programming language.
Still, its community has a more active and engaging communication than other languages, of a comparable, or even more popular representation.
That is simply, because some people care about onboarding others, and some … are like Garuda.