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14.05.2008 George Goldberg: Bug Day 4. Oh yes, we’re still going…
Would you know it, its almost 2 weeks since the last bug day, so its time to get psyched up for the next one. last time on the Konqueror-general bugs. There’s an
15.05.2008 A. L. Spehr (blauzahl): Another BugDay
So I should probably say something about it: We're doing another BugDay this weekend to see how many of the old Konqueror bugs (unsorted "general") we can finish off. Whoever Finex* is, he's been tearing through bugs lately, but I don't think he'll have closed everything by then, so come join in and get your name in the top 20 of the daily Bugzilla stats!But wait, there's more! The following week we're doing a Krush day on the kdepim apps, so come help us find bugs in them! You really need a copy of trunk for this, which you can get by following the class action lawsuit which you have 17 days ...
15.05.2008 Rafael Fernandez Lopez (ereslibre): KPluginSelector internally renewed
After having ported KPluginSelector to use Goya for showing the widgets it needs to show on the item view, I have worked on removing all unneeded stuff. The code is amazingly more clear now and it now sorts plugins alphabetically. Less code lines, and more features: it can search through the search box on the top. Nowadays this is a must, since it seems plugins are going to appear everywhere KWin, Kopete, Konqueror have a good number of plugins. And more to come… Since lots of users suggested before that rows were very high, now I made them be less tall. I guess this improves visibility...
19.03.2008 Stefan Eilers: New Snapshot of Konqueror Embedded with KDELibs 3.5.9 available
A new snapshot of Konqueror Embedded is available that integrates KDELibs 3.5.9. We proudly presenting a new snapshot for Qtopia 2.3 on our web page. The snapshot is available from:
07.04.2008 Aaron Seigo (aseigo): in france
I'm in France right now. Toulouse, to be more precise. Kevin Ottens' (you may know him from Solid in KDE4) living room to be even more precise. It's 6:30 in the morning and Kevin and I are sitting here getting some work done early in the day so that we may go out a bit earlier in the afternoon to enjoy some of the city.I've already taken an ungodly number of pictures in my first day here as I play with my new toy: a Cannon EOS 400. I've never actually owned an SLR before, and there's much to learn, but I'm having fun with it. It's been great so far traveling with P.: we was awesome on the flig...
10.04.2008 Celeste Paul (seele): Preliminary Results of Modified-Delphi Interviews to Discover Plasma User Types
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16.05.2008 A. L. Spehr (blauzahl): BugDays: Why Konqueror?
I was asked a good question last night, "Why does BugSquad keep doing Konqueror?" There's a few answers to that. For one, it's an easy place to start. You don't need to know much about how KDE is supposed to work. Also, the old documentation did a nice job of talking about triaging Konq, so that made it easy to go and update it. But the best reason is that if you look at
18.05.2008 George Goldberg: Bug Day 4 has begun
28.02.2008 Adriaan de Groot (adridg): Posting from inside a lion
This entry is being written inside the Qt demo browser using webkit. It is only a proof of concept. If this were a real browser, there would be lots more entries like it. Lurie provided me with the libQtWebKit.so and browser executables he had built (not using the KDE-Solaris build infrastructure)and these work. Not like a charm, because rendering is very slow (certainly when the machine is also under other load), but as usual: the fact that it works at all is a fundamental success that obscures superficial flaws. By now kdelibs, pimlibs and base have built against my copy of Qt 4.4 (qt-copy...
28.02.2008 Tom Albers: Trying CentOS
One of the results of the weekend in FOSDEM was that I wanted to try CentOS. After downloading the DVD (5.1), the installation within VirtualBox went very smooth. It gives you the options 'GNome Desktop', 'KDE Desktop' or 'Server'. Although I'm testing it for the last option, I, of course, picked the second, just to see what it looks like. After installation and the usual wizzard for the usual stuff, it started KDE 3.5.4. The panel at the bottom showed some icons to the OpenOffice.org applications and an icon for 'E-mail and managing calanders'. I clicked on it and... voila it started... EVOL...