JUL
15
2010

Qt on ARM

Qt on ARM is, literally, a sign of certification ;)                             

Thanks to Trolls for the opportunity of getting certified at Akademy!

JUL
5
2010

Elegance #2

Proposed by chrome developers - two entries and submenu are removed. Reduces mouse clicks and movements.


                                                                     

JUL
4
2010

Elegant (!) way to have them both

Do you remember the tabbed toolbar thing that was once born in Kexi? It's an attempt to optimize the UI when collection of actions depends on context. This part of development goes well, even while there is no framework for use by other KDE 4 apps. Those still use the KDE 3 technology, i.e. KXMLGUI leading to rather big menus.

What's understandable many users prefer to use menus, and even more of them would ideally use both toolbars and menus. Certain actions are hard to express using icon or icon+short name.

JUN
29
2010

Downloading KOffice

KOffice is a huge chunk of a code and a whole family of subprojects. Multiply this by (growing!) number of supported operating systems. Then you get the idea: yes, we need your help with maintining the newly created UserBase page on where to find KOffice software.

JUN
20
2010

KOffice Sprint June 2010 in Pictures

The pictures say it all. If not, see here and here.

As always all that would not happen without organizers: Alexandra and Inge!

JUN
12
2010

KOffice stats

ohloh.net reportedly goes down. If so, that's the last opportunity to try its nice (even if not 100% inaccurate) reports online, e.g. for KOffice:

(click to continue)

JUN
3
2010

Kexi in May

Kexi devlog based on identi.ca notes:

MAY
10
2010

Kexi in March+April

No, we do not skip March, for Kexi it was just too silent month to blog about it alone ;) Here we go (based on identi.ca notes):

FEB
16
2010

Qt for Android, 2nd try

Remember the last call? After less than 5 months we can see apparent success, and a lot more than a proof of concept.


Click to enjoy the show

Apaprently, Qt Lighthouse was used for porting the QtGUI module.

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