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Sep 17 2019
I am interested to join as well, but not sure if I can make it as I am quite booked for the rest of the year.
Sep 11 2019
FYI: Ticket created on SPDX.org for LGPL-2.1 or later or approved by the membership of the KDE e.V.: https://github.com/spdx/license-list-XML/issues/928
@yurchor actually, I did not port to webkit/webengine but to the simple text browser view of Qt, which supports just a subset of HTML elements but brings the very big advantage that one is not dragging a full web engine with all of its overhead into an application just in order to display a table. So I really do not want to do more web stuff here.
The next step for this port should be - in my opinion - to completely get rid of all HTML elements in the app and replace that with QWdigets; also in order to give a more consistent look and feel with other applications/other dialogs of this application. However, I would prefer to just port away of KHTML now and leave the QWidget port for later or GCI.
Sep 10 2019
Thanks, the update should fix the margins in the glossary windows:
For the details view, however, I would argue that using HTML for them is a problem in the first place and the correct solution would be a rewrite of the dialogs by using native QWidget elements in order to get a consistent look and feel. Shall we approach that now or postpone it for eg. GCI?
Use better margin for Glossary
This part apparently was done long ago and only grep shows false positives about commented out code
Added all KDE Edu application specific KHTML removal tasks.