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- Oct 10 2017, 11:31 AM (70 w, 3 d)
Sat, Feb 9
Fri, Feb 8
Changed links that pointed to the kirigami repository, to kirigami-gallery which is more useful for the contributors.
Thu, Feb 7
After executing the workaround command, flatpak-builder for arm works as expected.
Wed, Jan 23
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Jan 13 2019
Jan 4 2019
Project's code is now available at Calindori repository.
Dec 15 2018
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Dec 4 2018
Thanks for your feedback and for taking the time to draw your ideas!
Nov 30 2018
Calendar tasks functionality added. VDG feedback is welcome.
Nov 10 2018
Nov 9 2018
Nov 5 2018
8-10/02 would be nice for me. If we opt for a more-than-3-days sprint, the whole post-FOSDEM week is probably also OK for me, but I' ll have to ask for days-off and come back with an update.
Oct 31 2018
Oct 26 2018
Here you can find the wip calendar work. Currently, it consumes plasma-framework calendar models. If possible, we may try to change model dependencies and create some kirigami calendar ui components.
Oct 12 2018
I' ve tried to help newcomers to contribute to Plasma Mobile; with @bshah we tried to make phabricator tasks more complete and easier to be assigned to newcomers and, for the same purpose, I 've created the findyourway interactive guide.
Oct 1 2018
Sep 28 2018
Previously introduced "separator mode" removed from AbstractListItem and BasicListItem.
Sep 25 2018
We had a similar discussion in Akademy! Since string tags can't be added, we have to create either a group or a project.
Then, we may use the phabricator API to serve the junior jobs wherever needed. And, why not, create sth similar to the findyourway of plasmobile for KDE junior jobs in general.
Sep 14 2018
It seems that I have no push rights to the website repo. How to proceed?
Sep 7 2018
Sep 4 2018
Ask social media followers to describe why they use KDE software using only 22 words.
Aug 29 2018
Function isSeparator removed
isSeparator function has been added to ensure compatibility with QAction https://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qaction.html#isSeparator. We do not need it?
Aug 15 2018
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Jul 4 2018
We should consider using Radio QML Type since it seems that it fits our needs.
Jul 1 2018
Proof of concept repository can be found here.
Jun 26 2018
Great, this was fast! Right, it would also be nice to have a mockup at Pholio, as described in T8963, to let KDE designers review it. You may also find helpful the already in progress design review task M129 (regarding plasma mobile weather app).
I am really excited to see these mockups! Good work! Although not a designer, following Kirigami HIG I would put "location search" and more important settings at the bottom of the page to facilitate one handed navigation.
Jun 25 2018
Unfortunately, for new plasma mobile applications, no relative phabricator place exists for the review to take place. So, for the first reviews and before the new app code reaches KDE repository, we cannot avoid using an external code hosting provider (e.g. gitlab). It is an important issue that we will discuss at Akademy BoF. @nickre if this is not a problem for you, could you please put your code there and put the relative link here so as our devs to review it?
Jun 21 2018
Well, explaining how the weather applet and -in particular- how the data engine code works is more than valuable :)
Jun 20 2018
Let me kindly request for your feedback on this issue. Since @BrokenMutant has expressed his intention to contribute to plasma mobile weather app, it would be nice if we devised an approach either based on the suggestion made above or consider alternatives so as to facilitate the creation of the app :)
Jun 9 2018
Findyourway web page has been created. We may use this task for any change needed.
Jun 8 2018
This task belongs to a series of tasks we created after a discussion with @bshah trying to offer to Plasma Mobile users the features of the existing mobile platforms. Since mobile users expect such an application, we think that offering a standalone application we will fulfill user needs and make PlaMo ecosystem more complete.