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Hello. I am new in all this and have no coding skills. But I love KDE and wants to help.
Fri, Sep 20
;=) I think, nobody is forcing here anybody to anything, therefore I will just close this.
Other than that, the source code is Free Software under GPL/LGPL, so anyone is free to do with it what they want as long as they comply with the license ;)
Thanks for asking.
I am not aware of anyone who would support Okteta on Windows. I would not, as I joined KDE once to work on and support FLOSS , not to spend free time and add value to proprietary systems, especially those violating privacy principles these days additionally.
I am more and more wondering whether I still fit here.
Friedrich, would you be ok if we publish Okteta in the store?
Okular ;) Thanks all people that helped.
Okukar is now in the store ;)
Thu, Sep 19
A new icon hasn't been made yet D12992
We worked a bit more on the okular submission.
For Elisa: I would create the needed 44/150 icons like I did for okular in
Wed, Sep 18
I already tested the version without icons.
Worked as expected
I started to fill-out the Submission 1 form.
Any help welcome.
After all is filled out, we can pick some build to use.
Here is a first version:
for future releases:
This is the choice of the maintainer, KDE isn't an dictature VDG can't change the brand of an application, without the approval of the maintainer. In the current state the okular breeze icon don't respect the hig.
I think you should apply for some account to our window store stuff, too.
Just create a sysadmin ticket for that.
I think it would make sense that you can handle the submission later on as you seem to care to get this done.
Hannah and me can help out with that then later, if stuff is unclear.
I added a merge request for that
We can just add appx generation to the https://binary-factory.kde.org/job/Elisa_Release_win64/ job.
Then you can try the sideload appx locally.
Tue, Sep 17
Yes i would prefer if we use the okular icon that is in the okular repository that was decided by the okular developers to be the okular icon.
Which icon do you want to use Albert? I have no preferences, it's your thing to decide I think.
There is icon bundled in okular.git, or?
I won't touch that icon at the moment.
Tyson is working on some improved variant, I will update all places once that is there.
Please, use Breeze icon of Okular.
Can you update Kate icon to actual (Breeze style) in Microsoft Store?
The basic idea would be, that I get one appx in initial shape and test it here on my Win10 VM.
We then later need to see how we handle the re-submission after each new applications release.
To "un-publish" it is one click in the store admin site.
If it works, and there's a kind of plan for future updates (or at least remove it if no updates) i don't have any problem.
Albert, I would try to take care to get some usable release build for Okular 19.08.x for the store.
Would that be OK with you?
We have now some release build job at least ;=)
Sun, Sep 15
I see we have only https://binary-factory.kde.org/job/Okular_Nightly_win64/ and not for release.
What is needed to set that up?
I think we need to get craft to build an appx package for
Fri, Sep 13
Just been looking through the statistics we get from Microsoft and it appears that the following applications are quite popular on Windows:
Thu, Sep 12
I need to praise once more Hannah's work :=)
I think we need to document somewhere better how to get access to the account for publishing stuff and the process.
I hope the Kate submission get's approved in the next days, then we can take a look how well it is perceived, given it has a theoretically much larger user group as target than e.g. KStars.
Given we have this in the store https://www.microsoft.com/de-de/p/kstars/9pprz2qhlxtg?activetab=pivot:overviewtab I close this ticket.