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Kevin Ottens (ervin): Agile in Developers Sprints: Scrum? Kanban? Scruban-ish!

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This post is the second one out of two covering my thoughts about the Solid Developers Sprint 2010 which happened this week-end. My outbound flight being delayed, I’ve plenty of time for introspection in the Madrid airport. :-)

Disclaimer: This blog post evolved as a short essay on "Agility in a Free Software Developers Sprint Context". It is then a somewhat long read (I don’t blog often but when I do…). If you are NOT interested in at least one of the following topics:

  • How the Free Software community works;
  • The practices used in the agile project management community;
  • How both community driven development and agile management can influence each other;

Then, you can safely skip this post… But if at least one of those topics raised your curiosity, then brace yourself and keep reading. :-)

Introduction

We have a strong tendency in the KDE community (and even the Free Software community at large) to organize so called Developers Sprints. We use them to ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 05.10.2010 | Прочитано: 932 | Комментарии

Danny Allen (dannya): The KDE Commit-Digest Needs You

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The Enzyme platform is ready.
I built it, but they have not come!

I can't hide my disappointment here: 8 people have so far volunteered (and I thank them), but it's not enough.
I estimate that I need a core of at least 30 people to sustain a weekly Digest - even at this participation level, that's about 83 commits that each person needs to review per week.
Reviewers, editors, and translators are all still urgently needed.

I know from experience that people can drop out or have less productive weeks due to events in their offline lives, and so there also needs to be a buffer - more people are always better!

So please volunteer if you can spare some time out of your week on an ongling basis: http://enzyme.commit-digest.org/

I've spent a lot of time recently - especially in the past month - working on bringing this back to you because I believed there ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 04.10.2010 | Прочитано: 526 | Комментарии

Early Kubuntu Release Party

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A couple of weeks ago Thomas McGuire realised his name wasn't very German sounding and came to Edinburgh where it would fit in better.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 03.10.2010 | Прочитано: 663 | Комментарии

Guillermo Amaral (gamaral): KDEMU – Matt Rogers in the 25th Century

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KDE and the Masters of the Universe

More: http://webbaverse.com/media/kdemu-0x0013

After show: http://webbaverse.com/media/b-sides-0x000a

Subscribe OGG Feed MP3 Feed


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 03.10.2010 | Прочитано: 641 | Комментарии

Kexi in August & September

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"KDE" and "K Desktop Environment" are trademarks of KDE e.V. for The KDE Project .


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 02.10.2010 | Прочитано: 614 | Комментарии

Aaron Seigo (aseigo): on the impending future of ui greatnesses

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What a title for a blog entry, huh? Well, it's rather tongue in cheek on the one hand, and almost serious on the other.

Lions, Tigers and Cloud HTML5 .. oh my!



I've written about this from various points of view before, and I just love Larry Ellison's response to a question about "the cloud", but it bears repeating and looking at the core issues from different angles because people continue to find themselves confused on the matter. This time we'll look at it from the perspective of "form factors are not programming languages".

Reality is that well over 300 million new desktops and laptops are sold every year. That number is even growing, albeit slowly as one would expect from a mature market segment that is also seeing displacement pressure from new (or revived) form factors. So the "large screen, got a keyboard and a pointing device" form factor is really not going anywhere. It's a good form factor that works for a lot of real world ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 02.10.2010 | Прочитано: 1084 | Комментарии

Lamarque Souza (lamarque or lvsouza): And the thrilling continous...

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Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 01.10.2010 | Прочитано: 544 | Комментарии

KDE at the a Kieler Open Source und Linux Tagea oe

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KDE at the - Kieler Open Source und Linux Tage" Submitted by bholst on Thu, 09/30/2010 - 14:10 Conferences / Meetings I just got the stuff we will need for our booth at the " Kieler Open Source und Linuxtage ". The "Kieler Open Source and Linux Tage" will take place on the 1st and 2nd of October at the "Kitz" in Kiel.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 01.10.2010 | Прочитано: 671 | Комментарии

5 Intriguing KDE Apps

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The beauty of an open development platform is that anyone can take a stab at creating an application.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 30.09.2010 | Прочитано: 537 | Комментарии

Daniel Nicoletti (dantti): Open the package, get your Application!

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Most computer users don’t understand very well the “package” concept, others don’t even know what they are, and some other get scared when hearing this word. When a user wants to install Amarok for example, he or she sees lots of amarok’s package names (ie amarok, amorok-common, amarok-dbg, amarok-utils) and of course dependencies :D

Thinking on that some distributors decided to create easier to use tools, PackageKit it self aimed that but still “Package” on it’s name :P , Ubuntu Software Center is one of the most known well succeed Application Installer cases. But it still Ubuntu specific tied to apt.

PackageKit on the other hand provides basic package management in a cross distro way supporting the most popular distros. So to build a cross distribution application manager what would be needed is application data available in a standard form. The Packagekit author created app-install which manages a database containing application data, like Name, Summary, Icon. App-Install is similar to app-install-data package but instead of containing lots of .desktop files it contains a ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 29.09.2010 | Прочитано: 752 | Комментарии

Brad Hards (bradh): Openchange goes to Redmond, and a shout out to Inverse / SoGo

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Julien and I met up in Redmond last week, just before the Exchange Open Specifications event at Microsoft. It was a productive time, where we did some serious planning and a little coding, and learned quite a lot more about the protocols from some of the main developers of Exchange and Outlook. Thanks to Microsoft for hosting it.

I also wanted to highlight some impressive work from the people at Inverse (in particular, Wolfgang Sourdeau) in building a backend for the SoGo groupware suite that uses OpenChange to provide native Outlook connectivity (using Exchange RPC) to the SoGo server. There is a screencast video that shows access to the SoGo server via Outlook and Firefox (web UI). The video goes by quite quickly, but you can see new folder creation, messages moved between folders and creation of a new contact.

There is still a way to go, but this is a very promising start. It also gives us confidence in the OpenChange server architecture, and shows where we need to focus ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 28.09.2010 | Прочитано: 666 | Комментарии

Cornelius Schumacher: Archibald

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Almost five years ago, at the traditional KDE PIM meeting at Osnabrück, I drew the first version of the Akonadi architecture on a whiteboard. It felt appropriate to put the server into the center and arrange the different layers of the system around it in circles. The result was a beautiful diagram.


Trouble stroke, when I tried to create a digital version of the diagram. Putting texts on rounded shapes and arranging partial circle sections in a nice way was too much for all vector and diagram drawing applications I tried. So as a hacker, how do you solve problems? Right, you do it in software. So I wrote an editor for the diagram in Qt.


The mission was accomplished, the diagram up on our web pages. So the code for the diagram tool got buried under a pile ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 27.09.2010 | Прочитано: 568 | Комментарии

Christoph Feck (kdepepo): Smaragd adds Emerald window decorations to KDE

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Smaragd, the Emerald engine for the KDE window manager KWin, is nearing its first alpha release. While there is still no comfortable theme installation procedure, the engine has seen many improvements compared to the first announcement.

In the latest 0.0.7 version, support for shadows, animations, and button glow has been added. Additionally, many bugs have been fixed, and it should now support all Emerald themes, including those that do not provide its own button pixmaps.

If you want to test Smaragd, make sure you first try without custom button positions enabled in System Settings. Smaragd is then able to use the button positions from the theme and this guarantees best results. If you later would like to swap some buttons, or remove some, then you can enable custom button positions.

To manage your downloaded themes, you can use the following command (if you did not install KDE4 to /usr, then you have to adjust the path):

khotnewstuff4 /usr/share/kde4/config/smaragd.knsrc

This downloads .emerald theme files to the .kde/share/apps/smaragd/themes folder. To select a theme, extract one ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 26.09.2010 | Прочитано: 601 | Комментарии

KDE and Amarok rock FrOSCamp 2010

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A new Free Software event is born: FrOSCamp . The location is nothing less than the renowned ETH Zurich university, in the beautiful city of Zurich, Switzerland KDE of course could not miss out on the chance of partaking in the first out of a long series of successful FrOSCamp events.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 26.09.2010 | Прочитано: 591 | Комментарии

KDevelop 4.1 Beta 3

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KDevelop is an integrated development environment which makes the creation and development of applications an easy task even for beginners.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 25.09.2010 | Прочитано: 579 | Комментарии

Paolo Capriotti: Effective Qt in ruby (part 2)

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In the first part of this series, I listed some of the reasons why you should consider writing your Qt/KDE applications in ruby. This post details some of the technical differences between writing Qt code in C++ and in ruby.

One of the first problems that pop up when starting a new Qt/KDE project in ruby is how to use it in such a way that your code doesn’t end up being completely unidiomatic. This can happen very easily if one tries to stick to the usual conventions that apply when writing Qt code in C++.

If you take any piece of C++ code using Qt, you can very trivially translate it into ruby. That works, and sometimes is useful, but writing code in this way completely misses the point of using a dynamic language. You might as well write directly in C++, and enjoy the improved performance.

So I believe it’s important to identify the baggage that Qt brings from its C++ roots, and eliminate it when using it from ruby. Here are some ideas to ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 25.09.2010 | Прочитано: 512 | Комментарии

Danny Allen (dannya): Clarifications and a Cool Toy

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A couple of people have left a comment on my last post saying that the "apply" buttons are not working for them (though i've got some emails through those buttons, so it's probably just you :)).

Anyway, anyone who wants to contribute to the relaunch of the KDE Commit-Digest can send an email to danny -at- commit-digest.org with your details and the volunteer job that you're interested in, and we'll get started!

I also wanted to clear up the uncertainty about reviewing commits on Enzyme: yes, you *can* specify which areas you'd like to review (you can even specify multiple areas), so reviewing just kde-edu or koffice is available for those with specific interests - however if too many people only apply to review certain popular modules there'll be an imbalance, so we're going to need general reviewers too!

There are actually two steps when reviewing commits to create a Digest:


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 24.09.2010 | Прочитано: 523 | Комментарии

Qt 4.7.0

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Qt is a comprehensive, object-oriented development framework that enables development of high-performance, cross-platform rich-client and server-side applications.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 24.09.2010 | Прочитано: 559 | Комментарии

Danny Allen (dannya): Volunteers Needed for the KDE Commit-Digest!

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I've been silent for over a month now since my last blog entry about bringing back the KDE Commit-Digest, but it was for good reason, as I have been hard at work on two things:

  1. Working on completing the first working version of Enzyme, the web platform for creating Commit-Digests.
  2. Renovating the commit-digest.org website to interface with Enzyme, and making it nicer in general.
These steps have taken longer than I expected - especially step 2, as it involved me rewriting the code of the website (this was needed as I started originally learning PHP by making the Digest website, and I have learnt a lot about web development over the past 4 years!).

The concept of Enzyme is of a project-independent (and eventually SCM-agnostic) tool for creating regular project reports and assisting interesting statistical analysis. I have released Enzyme under an open source licence (Affero GPL version 3, unless anyone has any objections) to allow anyone to view and edit the code, or setup an ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 23.09.2010 | Прочитано: 509 | Комментарии

New Version Music Player Amarok

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Developers have released version 2.3.2 of Amarok, one of the most popular music player programs.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 22.09.2010 | Прочитано: 549 | Комментарии

Ben Martin (monkeyiq): n900 goodies: unison, gphoto, working soprano, libferris, sixdof, coreutils, xerces3 et al

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Some goodies for the n900 are now in my repository. Yes, I know it's evil to have my own, but if that's all it takes to be George Thorogood then so be it. In the at the aforementioned link you will find unison, gphoto, stldb4, libferris, ocaml, a compiled install of coreutils to avoid battling busybox, xercesc, xalanc, xqilla, and a (more) working soprano.

I'm a tad surprised that unison hasn't made its way into the main repositories yet. I can't imagine that outsiders like me are the only ones who use it or want to. If you follow the "only one me" assumption then unison works well for providing bidirectional data syncing. I have compiled unison without a GUI under the assumption that you will be starting the process from the laptop or other more endowed machine. Although unison is written in ocaml, you shouldn't need to install that to get the unison package going.

The coreutils is just a compile and DESTDIR install wrapped up into a tarball. Shove them into /opt somewhere ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 21.09.2010 | Прочитано: 538 | Комментарии

Guillermo Amaral (gamaral): B-Sides: What's up with KDE?

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B-Sides Since we didn’t record a KDE and the Master of the Universe episode this week, we decided to make a B-Sides episode for your listening pleasure.

Hosts: Paul Adams (padams) Guillermo A. Amaral (gamaral)

More: http://webbaverse.com/media/b-sides-0x0006


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 20.09.2010 | Прочитано: 497 | Комментарии

Free Stuff For KDE peeps

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So, here we go with a few updates and clarifications: Price: FREE . Yes, in the tradition of KDE developer sprints, this will be free as much as possible.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 20.09.2010 | Прочитано: 602 | Комментарии

Vladimir Prus: Printf debugging 2006

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One of the oldest methods of debugging is "printf debugging" -- putting various print statements in the code and then staring at the output. That's useful not only if you can't use a debugger. If the program does not crash, but produces wrong results after long computation, it's hard to figure where exactly the problem lies. In that case, printing intermediate data can be a very efficient method.

The only problem is that after adding print statements the program must be recompiled, and after debugging print statements must be removed. But it's possible to make gdb into printing machine using so called "breakpoint commands". Each breakpoint can have a list of commands that will be executed when breakpoint is hit. The commands can include printing and "continue". Here's a simplified example of gdb script I've used recently:


break main.cpp:1353
commands
print ('lvk::nm_model::NM'*)this
printf \"Entering 'run', proc %dn\", $->processor_number
continue
end
run

After putting this to a file "script", gdb can be run as:

gdb -batch -x script name_of_program > log
producing logs of ...read more...

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 17.09.2010 | Прочитано: 596 | Комментарии

Valorie Zimmerman (valorie): New Thing today: build a tarball

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I'm no longer running Amarok from GIT! Today was tagging for 2.3.2 (yay!), and Nightrose needed tarball testers. A tarball is "A package of files gathered together using the tar utility." (rbt.phs.com.tw/manual/glossary.html) To clarify, once the developers agree that Amarok is ready to release, it is tagged, and compressed for testing, then available to the distribution packagers.

I've never participated in the tarball testing, because I didn't know how, and didn't like the idea of ditching my git version. However, in the last six months, building from git has become almost second nature, and lfranchi helpfully explained how to do it, in three easy steps. Step one, download. If you have never used wget, it is worthwhile learning, because it is super EASY and FAST. In this case, the command was cd ~/kde/src/
~/kde/src$ wget http://xyz.net/~account/amarok-2.3.2.tar.bz2wget
Once it downloaded, oh so quickly, it was time to untar the file, thus: ~/kde/src$ tar xf amarok-2.3.2.tar.bz2And then build as usual: cd $HOME/kde/build/amarok
~/kde/build/amarok$ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$HOME/kde -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=debugfull $HOME/kde/src/amarok
(I did cmake in case it was needed, perhaps it ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 16.09.2010 | Прочитано: 558 | Комментарии

Toorox 09.2010 'GNOME'

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Toorox is a Linux live-DVD based on Gentoo that starts as a bootable media using KNOPPIX technology.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 16.09.2010 | Прочитано: 482 | Комментарии

Paulo R

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Hey,


Seems like all the budget submitted to KDE e.V. for the Solid Sprint was approved (yay!). Looking forward to meet some of the metalworkers in person, but there is the possibility of I'm not attend because I've never traveled outside Brazil and guess what? I don't have passport (damn it!). I've asked at the local federal police office to emit it, but these things often take a while here, and I'm afraid that it will not be ready until the likely day for me to travel, September 29th. Let's pray. I'll try to push the guys to hurry up.

See ya.

  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 15.09.2010 | Прочитано: 537 | Комментарии

Michael Pyne (mpyne): Speed up!

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So. Matthias Fuchs of “Speeding up KGet with Callgrind” fame pointed out to me on IRC the other day that KIconLoader seemed to still be using a lot of time to load icon image data, even when the icon should have already been cached.

I managed to confirm the issue. Turns out that when I ported KIconLoader to use KSharedDataCache, I didn’t employ KIconLoader’s other cache (a pixmap cache [1]) in all the instances where it made sense. Specifically, the pixmap cache only had things added when an entry was also added to the KSharedDataCache.

But this doesn’t always make sense. The KSharedDataCache is shared across all KDE Platform-based processes, but there’s a different pixmap cache for every KIconLoader. So, it’s perfectly possible to have many processes never have to add an icon to the KSharedDataCache.

Now, new pixmaps that are read from a KSharedDataCache are added to a KIconLoader’s own personal pixmap cache to avoid trying to search the KSharedDataCache next time. This has the potential to significantly speedup icon-based operations, especially in situations where an ...read more...


  
Подробнее | Разместил: Planet KDE | Дата: 14.09.2010 | Прочитано: 595 | Комментарии

Developer Days, OVI and KDE

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As some of you will know, it has almost become tradition for the Trolls at Nokia's Qt Developer Frameworks division to offer some tickets to Qt Developer Days to community members.


  
Подробнее | Разместил: KDE News | Дата: 14.09.2010 | Прочитано: 630 | Комментарии

Ariya Hidayat: capture OpenStreetMap and MapQuest (and Ovi Maps)

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Over a year ago, I showed how to render OpenStreetMap on your Qt application. While there were few follow-ups after that, I never found some time to clean it up. But worry no more, here is one OpenStreetMap-related example (at roughly 250 lines of code) I just made public, freshly available from X2 repository under the graphics/mapsnap. It's operated from command line, basically you pass the center latitude and longitude, zoom level (1..17, with 17 is the detailed, street-level zoom), output filename (e.g. mymap.png), and the size.

The following image is the result of running:

mapsnap 37.45108 -122.15917 12 sample.png 600 450

The tool will grab the tiles, more precisely Mapnik-rendered tile images, and stitch them for the final outcome:

Few weeks ago I wrote about MapQuest embracing OpenStreetMap. One positive impact of this awesome move is that you can show OpenStreetMap-based MapQuest tiles in your application. It's just the same ...read more...


  
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