Sat, Sep 26
Wed, Sep 9
Seems fine, we have a few ways now to reach more developers, for example through our semi-regular blog posts and our mastodon account. The number of developers also has risen compared to when this task was opened.
This is a very old task that does no longer reflect the current state of things (e.g. the Applications section has changed quite a bit). Do we want to revive this effort or close the task instead?
Mon, Sep 7
Do we need more work here or can we close this task? I see that plasma-mobile.org has this nice "What do you want to do?" questionnaire based on asknot, which should provide a decent onboarding experience.
Aug 20 2020
Aug 7 2020
Jul 23 2020
Jul 22 2020
- User (once we have some multiuser support)
- Default apps
Jul 4 2020
Jul 3 2020
I think the image gallery (or image/video) app must be like Piktures is for Android.
Jun 9 2020
The mockups look very nice :)
May 30 2020
@ognarb thanks! It did not work out of the box, but it helped me make it run (I'm on arch linux and had to change the kirigami version to 2.4 and remove the usage of ImageColors to make it run)
@twitt The error you are getting is because you didn't source the prefix.sh with source prefix.sh then it should just work™.
Recently I got into the source code of Gwenview. I was missing a crop tool that allows arbitrary rotations. While a rough implementation in Gwenview was quite easy, I never solved all problems to also retain the old behavior, which is why I not yet committed it. However, after getting a deeper look into the codebase of Gwenview, I agree that several things could be refactored or rewritten, although I still like the application itself. If someone could review/help, I would spent some time on polish or adding some new features.
Personally, I am not a fan of mixing mobile and desktop applications as it is difficult to implement a good usability that works with touch, mouse and keyboard at the same time. A prominent example might be Adobe Lightroom which still fails to have a unified user interfaces that works for mobile and desktop devices.
However I the mookups look cool and also very much like the name Koko for an image application. Unfortunately I never worked with QML and I was not even able to start it (error message: module "org.kde.koko" is not installed :/ ). According to the git log there were nearly no new features added within the last two years, so I am not sure if replacing Gwenview would help to gain activity.
May 29 2020
May 5 2020
Had good progress so far: https://invent.kde.org/devinlin/kweather
Apr 29 2020
The repository was moved to the kde namespace: https://invent.kde.org/kde/kclock
Apr 27 2020
Apr 24 2020
Regarding data sources, there is also https://api.met.no/, no API keys required, world-wide coverage and CC-licensed data. KDE Itinerary has some code for dealing with their forecast data.
I followed the mockup and made some qml of it.
@cahfofpai Not recording BoFs seems reasonable and what to record or not was being thought about for Akademy. Thanks for raising this
Apr 23 2020
What can be improved in software?