A meta-project which contains all tasks and repositories related to packaging and releasing KDE software in desktop versions of Windows.
Sun, Sep 16
Sat, Sep 15
I agree as maintainer that this would be useful.
Btw, a sophisticated list of features is available on https://kate-editor.org/about-kate/
:=) Adding the promo-tag.
For screenshots: Are things like
For the icon assets, I added new exported sizes 44, 150 and 310 from the SVG to our git:
Fri, Sep 14
Perhaps somebody needs to take care.
Tue, Sep 11
I have no fundamental objection to this.
Wed, Sep 5
I am using the packages produced by binary-factory.kde.org using Craft at work and usually fix issues with the Windows version when I noticed them.
Great! Can you create a sub-task for it like the other ones and then @vonreth can help as time permits.
Hello, I would be interested to have the elisa music player published on the windows store. How can I help to do it ?
How can I test the package?
Tue, Sep 4
Great, then I need those assets and the description :)
Regarding background: You might want to read the blog posts here: http://kfunk.org/tag/kde-windows/ -- specifically: http://kfunk.org/2016/06/18/kde-on-windows-update/
As Johnny said, I already published it on the windows store.
Same as with the android version, I can not publish it from a different account to sell it.
Also, in case you're wondering, I only published the paid full version there, as the free demo version is already available for this platform from our website.
Another thing, we only have the NoOpenGL version (with software rendering) on the store because initially I submitted the version using OpenGL but it was rejected as it doesn't work on the minimal platform required to be on the store (I think it's about Windows S ... answer from microsoft contact said solution would be to package OpenGL with the app, but I'm not sure how that can be done as OpenGL support depends on system drivers for each different machine...).
Mon, Sep 3
Hi Lydia and everyone else,
We only recently got the account so this is all pretty new. @vonreth is looking into getting the first programs up now. So no documentation yet but hopefully later.
Thank you very much for all, Lydia, although as far as Krusader developers know, there is no Windows version of Krusader (contributions are very welcome :-)).
It's unfortunately still pre-alpha (although I used it daily).
I love the idea! Do we have a technobase article on how to get stuff into the store? If not, I feel like we should. I currently do not know where to start and am already feeling overwhelmed by the endevour 🙄
Sun, Sep 2
Should we maybe consider Eike's new Konvi interface? Not sure what state it is in.
Hi, GCompris is already on the Windows Store under Timothée's account: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/gcompris/9pgxjtcxn8qm?activetab=pivot%3aoverviewtab
I think the "Kate" team has no issues with this.