Thanks everybody for this initiative. Even though I did some web dev at my work, I really feel incompetent on this.
That will be really cool to have a website to promote Elisa and help its users find information about its usage.
Hugo is also fine :) You can find some layout files here: https://invent.kde.org/websites/kde-org-announcements-releases :)
@ognarb is it alright if we do this in hugo or does it have to be in jekyll?
yes @nikunjgoyal we can work together. I will contact you regarding the proceedings.
hey anubhav , I'm also interested in this . Would you like to work together on this?
We use jekyll for creating the websites and have a theme ready. See https://community.kde.org/KDE.org/Jekyll for a tutorial to how to use it.
I would like to work on this but I have some doubts.
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Jul 13 2020
That's probably fine. It's something we needed to do eventually anyway. Submit the MR and we'll take a look. Thanks again!
Jul 12 2020
It is a real Kirigami drawer.
But in order to use this, I changed ElisaMainWindow.qml from a standard Qt ApplicationWindow to a Kirigami.ApplicationWindow.
That might have side effects that I am not aware of :/
Jul 11 2020
That looks fantastic! Are you using real Kirigami components or just emulating the style?
I'm having a look at this if everyone is ok.
I started following the kirigami drawer idea using the states browsingViewsNoPlaylist and browsingViews defined in ContentView.qml.
When in the browsingViews state, keep the current layout.
When in browsingViewsNoPlaylist state, currently the playlist disappears and is no longer visible, I juste added a drawer that is enabled only in this state.
I made a quick video to show what it currently looks like (attachment).
If this direction is ok for everyone, I will continue working on this.
Jul 9 2020
Jul 8 2020
ok, sure. I'll post it there
Hi, thanks for your patch, but new patchs go to https://invent.kde.org/multimedia/elisa and phabricator only host tasks now.
Jul 7 2020
Hi! I'd like to contribute to this job if it is still open. I'll work on making the required changes to implement this feature.
Done with that merge request. Thanks!
Jul 6 2020
done at https://invent.kde.org/multimedia/elisa/-/merge_requests/131
That looks great! Feel free to submit it as a merge request!
Hi there, I would like to take this task, if possible.
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Jun 11 2020
Hello, would this redesign still include the cover art view? I'm asking since it doesn't show up in the mockups.
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Feb 24 2020
Any mockups for plasma mobile elisa?
Feb 20 2020
Feb 15 2020
I've gotten used to the global playlist. :)
Feb 12 2020
For reference the dialog from plasma-framework:
Feb 10 2020
You can always work on whatever you want. :) See https://community.kde.org/Get_Involved/development and https://community.kde.org/Elisa. If you need a hand with anything, subscribe to the Elisa mailing list at https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/elisa and send an email to the list.
Feb 9 2020
Can I work on it? How should I proceed?
Is any work, of the above still pending, I want to help, which part of the problem can I take on? Can someone help me out? Thanks.
Feb 8 2020
Finally,I have compiled qt from source. @mgallien please provide guidance how can i add splitview component.
Feb 5 2020
I suppose I can set it resolved.
Thanks a lot for all the support I have received !
A first submission is now published on the Windows store.
Feb 1 2020
Nice that this went now into the store, cool!
After more tests on physical machine instead of virtual machine, I have decided to submit the latest stable build of Elisa.
Let's wait for the result.
Jan 30 2020
The 'header bar' look on the top of the mockup is very nice. Regarding the 'playlists' feature you mentioned, why not integrate that on the left side? Have a 'Currently Playing' or similar option that shows the songs in the currently selected playlist and then a 'Playlists' option (like in the mockup) for choosing which playlist you want?
Don't worry. I have the exact same point of view! ;)
Personally I'm always in favor of using a better native control even if it bumps the dependency versions. But it's your project, and your call. :)