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Ivan Cukic (ivan): Post 4.2 features - part 1 [Lancelot]

System & Utilities

New system buttons

One of the first requested features, even before the Lancelot brainstorm thread on KDE forums was to change the system buttons from Lock Session, Log Out and Switch User to something else because some users don’t use some of the buttons. Radically changing the Lancelot behaviour this late in its age of existence is something that can not be considered. But the users should have some freedom.

The point is that the buttons are now configurable. Open the configuration dialogue, and you’ll see a new section. Click any of the three buttons you see, and you’ll get a list of possible actions to assign to it.

Lancelot System Buttons

Theme improvements

While developing the Spoons Lite theme, I realized that it is hard to make a transparent theme for L because the text becomes almost unreadable.

It was the same with Plasma panel befire, so the Plasma guys and gels ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 20.02.2009 | Прочитано: 610 | Комментарии

Matthias Kretz (Vir): how to do includes right

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Perhaps you remember such a discussion on core-devel quite some time ago. It resulted in a section on Techbase about the topic, with all the explanations why to do it that way. Too bad that the people who create the Microsoft Visual Studio stdlib headers haven't read it. This is too stupid...


I have a project at university where all the filenames start with a long prefix - and that prefix is the same for all the files. Tedious for opening files, even with auto-completion. So I 'ln -s'ed all the files to a filename without the prefix. This broke my build on Windows (the files are made available to a Windows running in VirtualBox, which is why I can use ln -s) as there now was a Math.h file in the directory. And guess what the MSVC compiler did... The <cmath> include has a

#include <math.h>
line which made MSVC include my Math.h file instead of the math.h file lying in the same directory as ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 20.02.2009 | Прочитано: 606 | Комментарии

RE: Neither GTK+ or Qt are a platform

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Thread beginning with comment 349479 To view parent comment, click here . To read all comments associated with this story, please click here .


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 20.02.2009 | Прочитано: 624 | Комментарии

Aaron Seigo (aseigo): More on Plasma in 4.3

System & Utilities Coming out of Tokamak, the Plasma team has been setting goals for 4.3, putting together Summer of Code ideas and writing code for 4.3 that generally kicks ass and takes names later. Expect noticeable improvements to extenders, theming, layout flexibility, performance and general I-can't-believe-it's-not-butter-ness.

A few big picture things we're also starting to focus on in a more serious fashion now that the 4.0->4.2 journey is firmly lodged in the year known as 2008 include (other than content creation tools, which I covered in my last blog entry) the educational desktop, a netbook/MID appropriate interface and a simple media center mode for the traditional desktop set up.

(Yes, we'll also be working on the stuff we've already shipped, working out bugs, performance issues and bugs as we go... but that's a "detail" item. ;)

To be honest, the development line up for the 4.3 and 4.4 releases in Plasma scare the hell out of me .. but in a good way. You see, if I'm feeling comfortable, we're not pushing hard enough. If I'm terrified, we're pushing ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 20.02.2009 | Прочитано: 726 | Комментарии

Christoph Feck (kdepepo): Hello Planet!

System & Utilities

The planetkde bot was very eager to see what’s there to get, and found a two day old post of mine. “Nevermind”, he thought, “just aggregate it!” … without giving me a chance to introduce myself, so I will now make up for that.

Some of you may know me as “kdepepo” on freenode, that quiet lurker on #kde-cafe and other KDE and openSUSE related channels. Being a teacher, I like to help others, so I sometimes help answering questions regarding C++ Qt programming on #qt.

Others may know me as “skulptor”, because of my work on Skulpture. Or you may have seen me as “cfeck”, as a irregular committer to KDE svn, currently trying to improve Moty’s deKorator window theming engine.

But all of my friends know me as “Christoph”, and if you want, just call me this way.

In this spirit: Hello Planet!

...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 20.02.2009 | Прочитано: 739 | Комментарии

Trever Fischer (workman161): KPackageKit 0.4.0 Released!

System & Utilities

3 days ago, Daniel announced the release of KPackageKit 0.4.0. Outside of the lone message on packagekit-devel, I haven’t seen much hooplah, so here I am writing up a news release for the planet. Our last release was way back before October, so quite a few new features were added since then:

  • A better transaction status dialog
  • Search Filters
  • Distribution Upgrades
  • Power management control
  • Install unsigned local files
  • An updates available tray icon
  • Global PackageKit notifications
  • Grouping of search results

Along with some neat minor features:

  • Show time remaining in the progress bar
  • Save grouping, subpackages, and ‘newest’ filter settings
  • New fancy-pants package details view

For those not in the know, KPackageKit is the KDE frontend to PackageKit, the unified package management system. PackageKit doesn’t replace your distro’s default manager (eg, yum, apt, rpm, or dpkg), but it improves upon it by giving a generic D-Bus interface. Frontends (like KPackageKit, or gnome-packagekit) use these simple calls to do normal tasks like updating your system, checking for updates, and installing packages.

To get ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 20.02.2009 | Прочитано: 698 | Комментарии

Matt Rogers (mattr): new on bugs.kde.org - aliases

System & Utilities

I turned on aliases awhile ago on bugs.kde.org. Aliases are a way for people to reference a bug number based on some nice text that is given to the bug rather than by the bug number. You don’t have to give every bug an alias, but it seemed like a useful feature to have. If nobody likes it, then we can turn it off, but hopefully people are already using it and i’m just not aware of it. :)


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 19.02.2009 | Прочитано: 668 | Комментарии

Sebastian Trueg: Moving my Blog

System & Utilities

Since I am missing important features from the kdedevelopers.org blog system I am moving my blog to wordpress. From now on all Nepomuk related blogs will be posted there.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 19.02.2009 | Прочитано: 541 | Комментарии

I like the effort

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What holds many corporate to windows is the application stack, if you can introduce OSS apps on windows it may pave the way for better adoption of linux later.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 19.02.2009 | Прочитано: 640 | Комментарии

Andrew Stromme (astromme): And sometimes it’s not my bug

System & Utilities

It’s time for another update on my work on the remember the milk plasmoid. It’s shaping up nicely, and I’m often amazed at how nicely the different Qt and KDE libraries fit together. However, there are those times when I bang my head against a wall for hours trying to fix some bug or implement some feature only to discover that it wasn’t my problem in the first place.

This happened to be the case with drag and drop support for the plasmoid. It started off with an itch to have basic drag and drop support to change a task’s priority. I wanted to be able to move around my tasks visually instead of going into an editor and changing the priority. It turns out that QGraphicsScene/QGraphicsView had some bugs when dealing with widgets on canvas. For those who haven’t worked with woc, it’s a great idea. Putting any graphical widget onto a canvas that already has support for transformations and scaling and the works is a wonderful thing to be able to do, and it allows for things like ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 19.02.2009 | Прочитано: 758 | Комментарии

Adriaan de Groot (adridg): Homeward Bound

System & Utilities Listening to Homeward Rolling Soldier by Christian Kjellvander -- my favorite kind of Swedish country music -- as I roll out of Schiphol again back to Nijmegen. The snow is less crisp than it is back in Copenhagen.

Many thanks to G.P. for hosting me in Copenhagen and for feeding me crunchy coffee while we talked about Free Software, licensing, organizational structures and research; I think the main occupation of researchers is really scheming about the next project. Suffice to say we came up with enough to keep a dozen people busy for years. I also got to read bedtime stories to G's son, so now I know what a blæksprutte is (interesting that the Danes do not focus on the number of feet).

Thanks too to Sune (KDE-Debian) for showing me the Brew Pub; the burger is good, but PJ Harvey IPA is a little too angular and bitter for my taste (though I really liked her show for Rid of Me).

This is part of the success of Free ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 19.02.2009 | Прочитано: 593 | Комментарии

Desktop Search In Ubuntu Intrepid (And Debian) In KDE 4.2

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Do you like HowtoForge? Please consider to support us by becoming a subscriber .


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 19.02.2009 | Прочитано: 703 | Комментарии

Tomaz Canabrava (tomaz): Win. (Thanks people) - Linux in the labs. ;D

System & Utilities

So, After my frustration post I got around 2.000 visits, a record for my humble blog.

gathered some comments,  and mailed the university that plus a bit of research.

the result: I got a working lab with linux machines on it, running KDE 4.2 - no matter what distro ;)

and My coordinator told me that the university will try this year a program of capacitation in FOSS including (but not just) courses for OSS API’s such Qt and KDELibs and a few more surprises that will come in time.

seriously, thank you.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 18.02.2009 | Прочитано: 460 | Комментарии

Will Stephenson: Gauging demand for Qyoto (KDE 4 C# Bindings)

System & Utilities

A helpful chap just popped into #opensuse-kde and asked about our c# bindings. It turns out that our packages exclude them in the most violent way possible. This made me curious as to why, as AFAIK they are a high quality binding that exposes the Joy Of KDE to an untapped pool of developer talent. The reason is lack of obvious demand and anyone to test them. So I'd like to know, if we enable building the (stable) Qyoto bindings for C#, would you use them?

(No, they won't be on the default install, nor will installing openSUSE's KDE pull in mono unless you choose to. Don't throw your peanuts at me.)


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 18.02.2009 | Прочитано: 721 | Комментарии

RE[2]: Thumbs up for Trolltech

System & Utilities

Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 18th Jan 2008 22:33 UTC, submitted by Michael Larabel Breaking from the KDE 4.0 release event right now is word that Trolltech will be releasing Qt under the GPLv3 license .


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 18.02.2009 | Прочитано: 707 | Комментарии

Jason A. Donenfeld (zx2c4/jdonenfeld): WebKit in Konqueror/KDE

System & Utilities

Dear PlanetKDE/Lazyweb,

I am curious about the future of KHTML in the face of WebKit. Three questions come to mind:

  1. Why does KDE use KHTML when WebKit is faster, more compatible, etc?
  2. Why does Konqueror use KHTML as default instead of WebKit?
  3. Will KHTML be moved out of the main tree?

As far as I can see, it is commonly accepted fact that WebKit is a faster and more compatible engine than KHTML. WebKit was ported to Qt in 4.4, and Qt 4.5 provides some critical enhancements. From these two points, the three questions above naturally follow. If the situation for KHTML was completely hopeless, then it never would have made KDE 4.0 or the present API would be converted into a wrapper for QtWebKit. But this is not the case, so presumably the KHTML team has high hopes for the project. I wonder what the team’s response is to these questions. Undoubtedly they have thought a lot about KHTML vs WebKit and find WebKit a worthwhile project. What’s the deal?


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 18.02.2009 | Прочитано: 615 | Комментарии

Alexander Dymo (adymo): KDE 4.2 on EeePC Mini Review

System & Utilities I was going to continue my series of KDE 4.2 reviews, but two weeks ago I've installed KDE 4.2 on my EeePC and couldn't wait any longer to share my experience with that.

I've been a happy owner of an EeePC 901 with 20G flash drive, 1G RAM and Linux preinstalled since September 2008. All I can say is that it's a best laptop I ever had. I knew EeePC will be useful for me, but I didn't know it will be THAT useful. I take it with me to the university for lectures and labs, I use it to surf the internet, work and make skype calls when I'm not at home. And yeah, I even take it with me when I go out with my friends :)

My 901 came with Xandros and heavily customized KDE3. It was certainly ok, but I wanted the real operating system and after a short research on the available options, I installed Ubuntu Eee which really was Ubuntu 8.04 customized for EeePC. The current version of this ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 18.02.2009 | Прочитано: 649 | Комментарии

Nikolaj Hald Nielsen: More Goo!

System & Utilities Some people might think that we have had more than enough "OMG WORLD OF GOO IS GREAT AND RUNS NATIVELY ON LINUX!!!" posts... Well, they are wrong! So here is another one! :-)

I just bough the game, and the post-demo levels are just as crazy, inventive and plain fun as the levels in the demo. So go buy the game already. Lets prove that there is a viable marked for high quality games on Linux: http://2dboy.com/

And while you are at it, grab the free soundtrack as well: http://kylegabler.com/WorldOfGooSoundtrack/

Now back to playing Wo... uhm.... Working! yeah, Working, thats it..


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 17.02.2009 | Прочитано: 713 | Комментарии

Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 Released

System & Utilities

The Debian Project is pleased to announce the official release of Debian GNU/Linux version 5.0 after 22 months of constant development.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 17.02.2009 | Прочитано: 575 | Комментарии

Michael Pyne (mpyne): Nuclear subs collide

System & Utilities

I guess Slashdot has finally picked up on the collision between a British and French SSBN. Since submarining is my Real Job ™ I figured I’d try to disspell some of the inaccuracies I saw among the Slashdot comments.

I saw lots of comments regarding how extraordinarily low the probability “must be” for having two SSBNs collide in the Atlantic, therefore it must be some secret exercise, which I wanted to go into.

First off, SSBNs on patrol would not be able to just go anywhere in the Atlantic that they wanted to. Any missile system will have a set range, so depending on what country or countries they suspect they’d have to launch against, they’d at least have to be within some kind of minimum weapons range.

Further, there could be other criteria limiting their possible operating area. Maybe a country wants to keep their SSBNs within range of their maritime patrol aircraft so that there is air cover available to try and detect hostile SSNs looking for the SSBN. Maybe a country ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 17.02.2009 | Прочитано: 748 | Комментарии

Tomaz Canabrava (tomaz): KDE in nearly all public schools in brazil.

System & Utilities

Today I was in a public school near where I live for a interview with Nazareth, the coordinator of a social-inclusion project for the less afortunate kids in brazil, that live in 2 poor-communities: Alto do Coqueirinho and Bairro da paz.

What do you plan to accomplish with your project?

The students here have many needs that their family cannot provide, there’s a lack of love, lack of knowledge and everything that is happening to them is weird, they don’t talk about it at home, and the school should provide some shelter.

But what has linux to do with this kind of thing?

I Feel in love with linux the first time I heard about it. all kids that live near hear doesn’t have the money to buy computers, and nowdays it’s really important to be part of the digital-inclusion for jobs and such. they usually uses the computer for playing, but some are already ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 17.02.2009 | Прочитано: 739 | Комментарии

Kevin Krammer: Changes in communication channels

System & Utilities

When people used to say that blogs are the new usenet, they meant that discussions and flamewars which used to happen on usenet newsgroups, now happen in blogs and their comment sections.

Some bloggers even use their new publishing channel for making inquiries, i.e. the famous and infamous "dear lazyweb" postings.

See? I wrote unconsciously even used "postings", not something like "personal log entry"!

Anyway.

I've come to the conclusion that there is another shift of media going on, this time a move away from mailing lists. I have to say that I haven't yet been able to determine where the usage shifted to, so in case you have ideas, please let me know.

It is probably also quite dependent on target audience because at least our developer mailing lists seem still to be used for questions, announcements and so on.
Since, as a free software community contributor, I am primarily a developer nowadays, I wasn't aware of this change in other areas of contributions.

For example about a month ago I sent an invitation to the two main ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 17.02.2009 | Прочитано: 609 | Комментарии

Consistency Isn't Skin Deep

System & Utilities

Late last week we ran a story on how the Google Chrome team had decided to use Gtk+ as the graphical toolkit for the Linux version of the Chrome web browser.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 16.02.2009 | Прочитано: 548 | Комментарии

Gilles Caulier: Batch Queue Manager for future digiKam 0.11.0...

System & Utilities

Since first beta releases of digiKam and kipi-plugins for KDE4, i receive a lots of mails about to know where are all Batch kipi-plugins... as batch converter, batch resize, etc... In fact these tools will never ported to KDE4 ... by me...

read more


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 16.02.2009 | Прочитано: 761 | Комментарии

Gilles Caulier: Kipi-plugins 0.2.0-rc2 for KDE4 released

System & Utilities

The last KDE4 release candidate of digiKam plugins box is out.

facebookimporttool-kde4

With this new release, Face tool is now able to import pictures from FaceBook web service to your computer.

Since rc1, a new plugin named Smug is dedicated to export/import images to/from SmugMug web service.

read more


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 16.02.2009 | Прочитано: 586 | Комментарии

A. L. Spehr (blauzahl): l33t with line noise^w Perl?

System & Utilities I'm not sure which is annoying me more right now:
a) setting up a non brain-dead set of a directory hierarchy with branch and config-files to deal with it all, plus the fact that I can't seem to find documentation for it or
b) that the California state budget, probably trading small children and fish for tax cuts, is currently being worked out by 5 people, with everybody else unlikely to have a chance to even read it before voting on it, or pestering those who vote on it

Maybe I should worry about zombie invasion instead. But I can actually fix a) and maybe write some documentation in the process. In the category of things I can't do and would make my life easier: not memorizing backtraces.

We recently upgraded Bugzilla from 2.x to 3.x, which means all the custom APIs need to be ported. These are in Perl. One of the things included is what let us search for duplicate backtraces... Having that back would be very nice for developers and BugSquad's triagers. So, ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 16.02.2009 | Прочитано: 695 | Комментарии

Inteview with Miguel De Icaza

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Talking with the GNOME creator about its origins and purpose. Miguel De Icaza is the creator of the GNOME desktop environment.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 16.02.2009 | Прочитано: 690 | Комментарии

Seb Ruiz (sebr): World of Goo

System & Utilities

A community service announcement:

World of Goo has been released for Linux.

It’s a wonderfully enjoyable puzzle game which has been awarded multiple awards across for the PC, Mac and Wii versions - and it has recently become available for Linux. It’s cheap, DRM & region free, and if you buy it you’ll not only be supporting indie game developers but also the gaming linux environment.

Why not try the demo?


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 16.02.2009 | Прочитано: 750 | Комментарии

Michael Pyne (mpyne): Google Chrome

System & Utilities

So I guess that the upcoming Linux port of Google Chrome will be using the GTK+ toolkit.

Unfortunately the OSNews story I linked to didn’t bother to link to the email that they’re quoting so I only have their writeup of the explanation from Google engineer Ben Goodger to go off of. But it seems to me that Ben is making up explanations…

Regarding the question of why not Qt from the get-go instead of making essentially three different applications, he replies by more or less saying that using cross-platform toolkits doesn’t really offer anything except the illusion of native software, which makes the application end up “speaking with a foreign accent”. Now, that may be a reasonable issue he’s having. After all, he’s the Google engineer and I’m just the guy writing code in his spare time. But the same argument applies to his choice of GTK+, which is also a cross-platform toolkit. For the Linux/X11 platform both GTK+ and Qt are “native”. And Qt will, if you’re running under ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 16.02.2009 | Прочитано: 511 | Комментарии

RE[5]: How do you get more people to try beta software?

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Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 14th Jan 2008 14:41 UTC, submitted by superstoned "I think it's really necessary to respond to some criticism seen on the reactions to the latest OSnews article .


  
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