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- Apr 18 2015, 1:18 PM (173 w, 5 d)
From an historical point of view: the last idea from the then kio-mtp author and maintainer was to implement a dbus daemon directly in libmtp. You can find the work in the dbus-daemon branch of libmtp:
I never questioned the direct access to SVN, which is a central requirement and it is not prevented by the usage of that website.
Tue, Aug 14
... and also few other branches, so all scripts/ directory under:
This worked with Qt 5.9 on the CI and locally with 5.10 too, but the CI seems to be unhappy for openSUSE/Qt 5.10 and Windows/Qt 5.10 (it works on openSUSE/Qt 5.9 and FreeBSD/Qt 5.10):
In fact this would have helped catching a regression some time ago. It definitely makes sense.
The most interesting candidate is Damned Lies from Gnome:
Mon, Aug 13
In general, feel free to push the .arcconfig file directly whenever you find a repository where it's missing.
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One small fix inline:
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Thanks for confirming. I will work on setting the default to Info for Frameworks components when it's not the case already, and tuning the debug messages.
I was under the impression that we were generally moving towards less chatty components by default, which included having Warning as minimum default level.
It was basically already approved, and it already made sense. The only requested change (a comment) was applied.
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Is this a possible Qt bug where the output of QStandardPaths should be tuned on Android?
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Adding @kossebau with the question: is there a reason to not have the KPlugin key in the json file?
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Thanks for working on this, but a note about:
Jul 15 2018
It makes sense; probably some change in KI18n uncovered this, as it was working for a while.
Jul 14 2018
Like any other application, the pace of release depends on the maintainer. But it's a precise choice: joining the release cycle of KDE Applications (which is just a bundle) would mean no additional independent releases.
If you want to talk about moving Konqueror out of KDE Applications, that's a different story.
Jul 12 2018
This kind of changes can be pushed directly with no review...