Attract existing FLOSS software projects to KDE and incorporate their members into our community
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Description

We would want to increase the number of projects working within KDE. This task aims to lay out which existing projects we should approach to try and convince them to join our community. This would help us increase our portfolio and app catalogue, making our platform more attractive to users (= a larger catalogue of apps to install and use) and contributors (= a larger variety of projects to chose to work on). The community would grow with members of already active projects, thus increasing our reach with every project added. One would expect it would make KDE more attractive to a wider variety of sponsors.

The projects that joined us would be able to increase number of contributors (developers, artists, translators) working on their product, increasing the bus factor. They would be able to take advantage of KDE's infrastructure and services (like Promo), while at the same time increasing the probability of obtaining sponsorship and funding. Finally they would be working with like-minded colleagues and in less of a vacuum.

We will approach the main developers of the project, preferably through a common acquaintance, and pitch our offer. To ensure we can accommodate the project, we will work with the onboarding project (T7116) members so we are ready to accept mature projects into the fold.

Avoid

Projects that overlap in functionality and/or aim of working projects already within the KDE community.

Projects

  • Project is name of the project linked to the project's page
  • Project Contact is name and email (or similar) of the person we are talking to within the project
  • KDE Contact is the person that is conducting the communication on behalf of KDE
  • State of Play is the point the negotiations are at, eg.: "Not contacted", "Email sent", "Talking with contact", "Contact sent message to mailing list", etc.
  • Incubated shows whether the process has been successful or not. A "Yes" in this column indicates the project has become part of KDE. A "No" that the process was not successful.
  • More Info is for any other important information you think you can share with the other task participants.

Useful Links

ProjectProject ContactKDE ContactState of PlayIncubatedMore Info
Scribusa-l-e, jluc, jghali, MrB at #scribus@thiagosueto @ognarb @jriddellContactedConsidering move after GitLab adoption, not yet confirmed
MinetestNot contacted
LutrisNot contacted
NatronNot contacted
HydrogenNot contacted
QtractorRui Nuno CapelaNot contacted
QjackctlRui Nuno CapelaNot contacted
MusescoreNot contacted
MixxxNot contacted
CantataNot contacted
KiCADWayne Stambaugh (Project Leader) stambaughw[at]gmail-dot-comNot contacted
MedInriaNot contactedLast update 2 years ago
Exiv2piponazo D4N@ognarb @cgilles @jriddellContactedGitHub Issue #1036
Subtitle Composer@maxrd2@ognarbIncubating
BasKet@veggeroContacted, no replycgit basket@veggero is trying to incubate Basket
ClementineNot contacted
CrossLineNot contacted
KtikZNot contacted
medinriaNot contacted
QtemuNot contacted
tuxclockerNot contacted
CalamaresNot contacted
Filmulator-GUINot contacted
HDRMergeNot contacted
LuminanceHDRNot contacted
LMMSNot contacted
RosegardenNot contacted
Pulse EffectsNot contacted
KeepassXCNot contacted
SpectralNot contacted
OBS StudioNot contacted
QtPassNot contacted
QGISNot contacted
OpenToonZNot contacted
ScreenTranslatorNot contacted
asteroidOSNot contacted
SpeedCrunchNot contacted
kdbgNot contacted
ScanTailorNot contacted
SigilNot contacted
ZombieTrackerGPSNot contacted
ContainerManagerNot contacted
kid3@jriddellAgreed
tageditorNot contacted
qgitNot contacted
GoldenCheetahNot contacted
StellariumNot contacted
Event Calendar@ZrenNot contacted
Kup@persson@ngrahamContactedcgit kup
MumbleNot contacted
CoreCtrlNot contacted
AnkiNot contacted
StuntRallyCrystal Hammer@fentrasCanceledProject is not active anymore
Crow TranslateHennadii Chernyshchyk@IlyaBizyaevContactedEarly stages
ProjectProject ContactKDE ContactState of PlayIncubatedMore Info

TODO

  • Add you ideas, comments or suggestions for projects to contact (and preferably a way to contact them) in the comments below.
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James added a subscriber: James.Mar 10 2019, 2:45 PM

Hi all! Sorry I'm a little late to the (excellent and exciting) discussion here. I'd like to add one potential project as well, that would really fit a need within KDE Applications: Kraft. As it stands today we have the excellent Scrooge and KMyMoney for finances - and even can be used for small biz accounting. To also have an easy to use invoicing program would be extremely helpful - and also unique in the FOSS world AFAIK. Basic business software is sorely lacking in the FOSS world, it would appear.

It would also be a small victory, since there were attempts in the past to make this a "official" KDE Application, but the effort was cut short due to an unfortunate, and brief, discussion. See That Was Fast: As Of Today Kraft Is Out Of KDE for some context.

Would be nice to reach out to the Dev and maybe try again to see if there would be a way forward here. Otherwise, a great list indeed and looking forward to helping move this forward.

Hi all! Sorry I'm a little late to the (excellent and exciting) discussion here. I'd like to add one potential project as well, that would really fit a need within KDE Applications: Kraft. As it stands today we have the excellent Scrooge and KMyMoney for finances - and even can be used for small biz accounting. To also have an easy to use invoicing program would be extremely helpful - and also unique in the FOSS world AFAIK. Basic business software is sorely lacking in the FOSS world, it would appear.

It would also be a small victory, since there were attempts in the past to make this a "official" KDE Application, but the effort was cut short due to an unfortunate, and brief, discussion. See That Was Fast: As Of Today Kraft Is Out Of KDE for some context.

The story is a bit different. Kraft was part of the KDE community (this discussion is about the KDE Community, not the specific product known as KDE Applications) but willingly decided to leave it.

ognarb added a comment.EditedMar 10 2019, 4:57 PM

There is also asteroidOS that is interesting. It's an open source system for smartwatch build with qt quick. Maybe some collaboration with plasma mobile and/or kde connect could be interesting.

There is also asteroidOS that is interesting. It's an open source system for smartwatch build with qt quick. Maybe some collaboration with plasma mobile and/or kde connect could be interesting.

I don’t really like smartwatches, but the part with KDE Connect sounds interesting to me too.

How about a calculator like SpeedCrunch? It would be great to access the calculator functionality directly from KRunner, or inside any text boxes (similar example available in FreeCAD’s spin boxes), or from Kate. Currently, KRunner can’t e. g. convert to hexadecimal...

+1 for Scribus. Scribus and Krita are a fantastic combination for artists and professionals working in print. Bringing in Scribus will mean greater interoperability between two software. This would be great if happened.

James added a comment.Apr 14 2019, 3:32 AM

I'd like to add keepassxc to the list as a Qt-based application that would strengthen our position in our privacy initiative, along with Vaults and others. Also, this article would seem timely here.

Also, +1 for Lutris and Scribus. Lutris has been in the press a lot lately, as has gaming on Linux in general, and that would be quite something to showcase.

I'd like to propose another suggestion: http://www.kdbg.org/. This one already use KDE Frameworks.

GB_2 added a comment.May 27 2019, 6:13 PM

Kup, an awesome backup tool that fits perfectly into Plasma: https://github.com/spersson/Kup
@ngraham already asked if it can be a KDE Project: https://github.com/spersson/Kup/issues/76

+1 on Kup. I've started using it myself and it's very close to what I think a backup system should be.

Lutris seems unlikely. It's written in Python, uses GTK3, and has a headerbar-based UI that its developers see no problem with: https://github.com/lutris/lutris/issues/1719

lutris also depends on gnome-desktop (the library)

Em ter, 28 de mai de 2019 às 06:41, Nathaniel Graham <
noreply@phabricator.kde.org> escreveu:

ngraham added a comment.

+1 on Kup. I've started using it myself and it's very close to what I
think a backup system should be.

Lutris seems unlikely. It's written in Python, uses GTK3, and has a
headerbar-based UI that its developers see no problem with:
https://github.com/lutris/lutris/issues/1719

*TASK DETAIL*
https://phabricator.kde.org/T10034

*To: *paulb, ngraham

*Cc: *kamathraghavendra, James, cfeck, Ghost6, kpiwowarski, lavender,
ndavis, filipf, rgomezantoli, dfaure, tcanabrava, adridg, lydia, GB_2,
jriddell, ixoos, rooty, davidhurka, matheusm, apol, ltoscano, ognarb,
neofytosk, afarid, Takuya, skadinna, ngraham, KDE Promo, paulb, alexde,
domson, davidc, Anachronox, nauticalnexus, nalmeida, s8321414, totte,
valorie, sebas, repinc

I have just tried ScanTailor. It is useful to convert photographed documents to good looking PDFs. (Don’t know why they talk about scans, scans don’t need this.) It already uses Qt and feels like other KDE applications.

Probably it could benefit from KDE Connect, to integrate the phones camera.

I have just tried ScanTailor. It is useful to convert photographed documents to good looking PDFs.

Some bug reporters asked to add editing functionality to Okular, like rotating & reordering pages, metadata, etc. But that is not necessarily in the scope of Okular.

I think these functions would perfectly fit into ScanTailor, it already has most of these functions. Just add PDF import and export.

Then it could be renamed Objektive, to be the complementary application to Okular. ;)

ScanTailor: Creating and correcting (PDF) documents

  • Import scans and photographs
  • Change the page layout (including splitting, cropping, deskewing)
  • Remove artifacts
  • Edit metadata (to be added together with PDF handling)

Okular: Reading and discussing (PDF) documents

  • Reading, Presentation mode
  • Printing
  • Annotations
  • Data extraction (Find function, text & table selection, image & diagram extraction (to be added))

Missing: OCR

What do you think?

Personally I'd really like for all of those functions to be integrated into a single app (Okular) but having a separate KDE app to do them wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.

crozbo added a subscriber: crozbo.Jun 15 2019, 11:51 AM

I'd like to propose Sigil. It an ebook(epub) editor.

I start using matrix, and i use Riot client. In may 5min research Riot is currently most completed, but it is electron app. Do KDE have any matrix client app? There some some numbers of Qt based clients, so if kde dont have matrix client app, maybe is time to incubate some.

Another projects worth integrating are ZombieTrackerGPS and ContainerManager. Both are using Qt.

I agree with afarid's suggestion, Musescore already has a significant userbase even on Windows and it fills a gap in KDE applications related to creative production.
Considering creative production as: audio, graphics, video, photography and publishing as per the Ubuntu Studio webpage, for instance.

For audio, a full suite would include a DAW (?), an audio editor (?), a tag/metadata editor (?), a scoresheet editor (Musescore), a CD/DVD burner (K3B), and an app for learning music (Minuet). DAWs however are pretty lacking on linux in general.
For video, a full suite would include a video editor (Kdenlive), an animation editor (Krita) and a subtitle editor (?). Subtitle editors are also lacking on linux, Aegisub is the only full-featured one I'd say, but it's deprecated.
For photography, a full suite would include a photo manager (digiKam), webcam software (Kamoso), and graphics manipulation software (Krita).
For graphics, a full suite would include a simple image editor (Kolourpaint), raster graphics software (Krita) and vector graphics software (?, like Inkscape). Inkscape is the de facto vector graphics software on linux, though, most people will use it anyway, so it's not a gap in KDE.
For publishing, a full suite would include a text editor (?, like LO), desktop publishing software (Scribus) and an ebook manager/creator (?, like Calibre I guess). LibreOffice is the de facto vector graphics software on linux, though, and likewise most would use it anyway, so it's not a gap in KDE. Ebook managers/creators are also lacking on linux.

So my vote goes for Scribus and Musescore.

fbg13 added a subscriber: fbg13.Nov 5 2019, 4:33 PM

Subtitle editors are also lacking on linux, Aegisub is the only full-featured one I'd say, but it's deprecated.

There's SubtitleComposer
https://github.com/maxrd2/SubtitleComposer/issues/74

ognarb added a comment.Nov 5 2019, 4:35 PM

Subtitle editors are also lacking on linux, Aegisub is the only full-featured one I'd say, but it's deprecated.

There's SubtitleComposer
https://github.com/maxrd2/SubtitleComposer/issues/74

https://github.com/maxrd2/SubtitleComposer/issues/74 Interesting ;)

I see that the Subtitle Composer dev was very willing to become part of KDE! That's great! That would be @maxrd2 I believe, congrats :D

I e-mailed the kid3 maintainer but no reply yet
https://sourceforge.net/projects/kid3/

It looks like we should start a table in the task description to track where each project is at and maybe also who the contacts (on the project's side and on our side) are.

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Please add your own projects and progress to the table

thiagosueto updated the task description. (Show Details)Nov 22 2019, 12:40 PM
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thiagosueto updated the task description. (Show Details)Nov 22 2019, 1:58 PM

Is there an equivalent to kdesvn, but for git? This would be very helpful after migrating to Gitlab.
Even more useful if it includes Dolphin integration, like kdesvn does.
kdesvn helps translators a lot for updating the translation repository and sending commits.

qgit, https://github.com/tibirna/qgit, (Tibirna is an old-time KDE contributor).

qgit, https://github.com/tibirna/qgit, (Tibirna is an old-time KDE contributor).

Last time I asked Tibirna about moving qgit under kde.org (two years ago, uh, time flies), he said that we wanted to add some desktop integration first. You may want to try again.

alexde added a subscriber: alexde.Nov 23 2019, 10:20 AM

GoldenCheetah, https://github.com/GoldenCheetah/GoldenCheetah ("Performance Software for Cyclists, Runners and Triathletes").
Stellarium, https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium However, competes with KStars probably.

@Zren could maybe profit from having some of his projects hosted on KDE as well?
Event Calendar for instance has Google Calendar integration and if I recall correctly it is also integrated with KDE PIM.
We already have some widgets hosted like Eike's Simplemenu and Psifidotos' Latte Dock, for instance.

paulb added a comment.EditedNov 25 2019, 9:49 AM

Please put your suggestions in the list in the task description.

At some point we should maybe start working through the list, maybe ordering the items. One criteria could be "easiness" (taking into account whether we already have contacts within the project, whether the technology they use is similar to that used by KDE, etc.). Another could be, from Promo's point of view, visibility: for KDE, it would be much more of a coup to incorporate, say, Scribus, than another much more obscure and less developed application. Yet another could be "usefulness for KDE", as in, it fills a niche we don't yet cover with one of our on projects, say some helpful framework or application that would make developers' or translator's work easier.

Like that we can systematically go through them and decide which project to cover first.

Shall we do that?

paulb updated the task description. (Show Details)Nov 25 2019, 9:51 AM
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thiagosueto added a comment.EditedNov 25 2019, 3:06 PM

To summarize the current situation, the following are mentioned in the comments but not included in the table (checked this briefly, will repair it later if it's wrong and can't update the table rn):
BasKet Clementine CrossLine KtikZ KiCad medinria Qtemu tuxclocker Calamares Filmulator-GUI HDRMerge LuminanceHDR LMMS Rosegarden Pulse Effects KeepassXC Spectral OBS Studio QtPass QGIS OpenToonZ Mixxx ScreenTranslator asteroidOS SpeedCrunch kdbg Kup ScanTailor Sigil ZombieTrackerGPS ContainerManager kid3 tageditor qgit GoldenCheetah Stellarium Event Calendar
(Edited to make comment smaller)

thiagosueto updated the task description. (Show Details)Nov 26 2019, 9:18 PM
alexde added a comment.Dec 3 2019, 1:02 PM

I'd like to also suggest the Qt VoIP project Mumble (https://github.com/mumble-voip/mumble, https://www.mumble.info/). It would be interesting to have it in the portfolio. It uses a BSD license, though.

ognarb updated the task description. (Show Details)Dec 3 2019, 1:31 PM
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Added some placeholders so it should be easier to add new projects to the table.

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paulb added a comment.Dec 9 2019, 9:46 PM

Let's put a temporary brake on adding new projects for now and try and move this on to the phase in which we talk strategies we are going to use to convince the projects to join us.

Doubt: Some projects accept donations, how would becoming part of KDE affect this?

@afarid Some KDE projects (Krita, GCompris, ...) are also asking for donation, so I don't think this is a problem.

alexde updated the task description. (Show Details)Dec 10 2019, 7:00 PM

I start using matrix, and i use Riot client. In may 5min research Riot is currently most completed, but it is electron app. Do KDE have any matrix client app? There some some numbers of Qt based clients, so if kde dont have matrix client app, maybe is time to incubate some.

Excluding Riot, Nheko is probably the most complete Matrix client. I think it would be good to add it to the list.

https://github.com/Nheko-Reborn/nheko

What about ONVIFViewer? :)

ONVIF camera viewer for Android, Plasma Mobile and Linux desktop

The goal of this project is to replace the proprietary app that was needed to configure and view my IP camera. The ONVIF protocol can be used to view and configure many types of camera's and is a open standard that can be implemented using standard SOAP libraries. Using Qt5 for the back-end and Kirigami UI framework makes this application a cross-platform solution. The primary focus is Plasma mobile and the Linux desktop, but an Android build is also available.

@caspermeijn

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asensi added a subscriber: asensi.Feb 24 2020, 11:26 PM

Two duplicates were removed.

+1 for Scribus. Scribus and Krita are a fantastic combination for artists and professionals working in print.

Yes! For example, the historical move of Janayugom newspaper migrating into a completely libre software based workflow.

niccolove updated the task description. (Show Details)Mar 9 2020, 2:34 PM

Hello, I'm an admin and dev for FreeCAD, a cross-platform 3D CAD software that uses Qt as an application framework. I'm interested in closer ties to the KDE project in the long term since the adoption of KDE Frameworks into FreeCAD could help prevent reinventing the wheel and boost code quality. However one of the main difficulties with FreeCAD is that it already has a pretty huge amount of dependencies that are quite difficult to maintain across multiple Linux distros, Windows, and Mac, so adding anything to the dependency list would be a difficult proposition and something probably best done in small steps.

P.S. As an aside, after positive experiences using kdesrc-build to get my feet wet with KDE development, it seems like it could be a very useful tool for managing FreeCAD's development dependencies too. Something I'll have to add to the list...

apol added a comment.May 3 2020, 11:32 PM

Hi @kkremitzki, it's good to see FreeCad interested! What do you have in mind?

Have you considered incubating or something along the lines?
https://community.kde.org/Incubator

paulb added a comment.EditedMay 4 2020, 12:28 AM

Hello, I'm an admin and dev for FreeCAD, a cross-platform 3D CAD software that uses Qt as an application framework.

I'm sure the everybody is familiar with FreeCAD already. Excellent piece of software, @kkremitzki. I am very impressed with the stability and features of the latest versions.

Considering we already have a 3D printing project, FreeCAD will fit in very well. I hope that you find that KDE provides a fertile environment for the future development of FreeCAD.

I should first mention this interest is basically unilateral--since we already have so many dependencies, starting a discussion about adding them tends to be less productive than making something and demonstrating the value.

As far as Incubator, it's probably too early for that yet, as we are currently considering joining the Software Freedom Conservancy and other people would probably want to continue maintaining our own infrastructure.

I can explain what I had in mind a bit more. One of FreeCAD's main limitations is poor UX and a dated, early-2000's UI. Part of the reason for this is that FreeCAD is going on 18 years old now, so there's a large "accretion" aspect to it, compounded by the fact that we use a modular workbench-based approach that depends on the workbench author for consistency, but since workbenches can be C++, Python, or a mix of both, that's difficult.

In the early 2010's there was an effort to begin overhauling this aspect of FreeCAD by migrating from Qt Widgets to QML. The proof-of-concept was beautiful and well-received, but the author didn't continue it and that branch has basically bitrotted due to almost 20,000 commits since then.

To cut to the chase, it seems like a technological leapfrogging would be possible by making a proof-of-concept Kirigami-based FreeCAD UI, and once it's been shown to be possible, the rest should follow. I think the "sell" to our community of leaning on KDE for UI/UX expertise and letting CAD programmers work on CAD instead should be pretty easy and outweigh possible packaging pain.

Unfortunately though we are short on empty-handed developers, and the FreeCAD viewport involves some messiness involving a custom Qt Widget called Quarter which hooks into our scenegraph library Coin3D, and VTK... so it could be a fairly involved effort. Thus, it might be some time before this can move from a nebulous idea to something more.

mart added a subscriber: mart.May 4 2020, 3:59 PM

To cut to the chase, it seems like a technological leapfrogging would be possible by making a proof-of-concept Kirigami-based FreeCAD UI, and once it's been shown to be possible, the rest should follow. I think the "sell" to our community of leaning on KDE for UI/UX expertise and letting CAD programmers work on CAD instead should be pretty easy and outweigh possible packaging pain.

Hello, Kirigami maintainer here.
I'm a big fan of FreeCAD! I started wetting my toes into CAD about a year ago after getting a 3d printer and a tiny desktop-CNC and while i'm still at a somewhat noob level, I found FreeCAD a very impressive, functional and powerful piece of software :)
I feel honored that you are considering Kirigami for rewriting parts of the application UI, tough I know how hugely complex that is, and how much QtQuick is still subpar for many desktop-specific things unfortunately.
I would probably suggest a more gradual approach, so rather that starting to directly to porting everything to a single QQuickView (for which i guess porting that Quarter widget to it would be fairly a mayor undertake?) would be starting from smaller things, like that "tasks" views (which i found so far the least pleasant UI within FreeCad)
The use of QQuickWidget has its drawbacks and big headaches too, but it may be useful to start gradually to port single pieces of the "chrome" UI gradually expanding without having a big rewrite that can take potentially years to go reach feature parity with the prior qwidgets version

In T10034#229198, @mart wrote:

I feel honored that you are considering Kirigami for rewriting parts of the application UI, tough I know how hugely complex that is, and how much QtQuick is still subpar for many desktop-specific things unfortunately.

May I add a question here, a bit offtopic? It appeared to me that there is a general trend towards QtQuick because a) it looks great and b) tends to be touch and mobile friendly. While I disagree with a, I wonder whether an inherently complex UI like that of FreeCad would benefit from b. KXmlGui is great for customizing the toolbars and QDockWidgets are nice to rearrange the UI components on the screen. While I have nothing to say about the technical implemenation, would/could these features (which FreeCAD already has) be kept with QtQuick?

mart added a comment.May 5 2020, 3:29 PM

May I add a question here, a bit offtopic? It appeared to me that there is a general trend towards QtQuick because a) it looks great and b) tends to be touch and mobile friendly. While I disagree with a, I wonder whether an inherently complex UI like that of FreeCad would benefit from b. KXmlGui is great for customizing the toolbars and QDockWidgets are nice to rearrange the UI components on the screen. While I have nothing to say about the technical implemenation, would/could these features (which FreeCAD already has) be kept with QtQuick?

yeah, freecad is one of those very complex cases where going all qml yet wouldn't probably be great, as i said, tough it seems indeed a technical conversation to be had elsewhere :)

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Hello! I'm new to suggestions and contribution, sorry for any mistakes or misunderstandings.

  • I fixed the formatting of the table and links to match ReMarkup style. At first I wanted to convert the main table to HTML but it would become too big with empty cells, better just use a single line. Aslo added Incubator link, since I only found it after reading comments. Might be useful for others.
  • I contacted StuntRally developer, they replied with a positive answer but I already made a mistake by attracting a project that hasn't been updated in a while. Should've asked about it being maintained first. So, marked as "Canceled" (by me, as a requester). Going to settle this myself (but also thanks to Promo team for proofreading). Learning through mistakes!
  • I know two projects (Zrythm and Radium) which are focusing on music creation, both are well-made DAWs, both are being actively maintained. One is fresh and still an alpha, another one is old but extremely functional, bugs are still being fixed and new features are being added (I even made a simple theme for it). But they both use a "paid binaries" strategy. Is it possible to do something with those projects or should we avoid them?
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