|WikiProject Industrial design|
Why would use of software libraries be a possible problem or concern? The article says:
- Another major concern of FreeCAD is to make heavy use of other open-source libraries
I would favor changing the containing paragraph to:
- FreeCAD uses various open-source Scientific Computing libraries. Among them are Open CASCADE (a powerful CAD kernel), Coin3D (an incarnation of Open Inventor), the Qt GUI Framework, and Python, a popular scripting language. FreeCAD itself can also be used as a library by other programs.
What is the point of the reviews?
This line: "FreeCAD is beta software and has received mixed reviews from Ubuntu users" does not add any meaningful information to this article. There are only 6 reviews in the provided link from Ubuntu users. Why should a hand full of reviews from a minuscule minority included into an encyclopedic article? Its beta software and as such lacks functionality. Plus the reviews judge it against professional packages such as AutoCAD, Solidworks Pro-E. I am removing the line, it adds nothing. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 20:15, 29 June 2012 (UTC)