OCT
22
2006

KDE-PIM Features Branch

I just could not stand it anymore. I had to have new features in KDE-PIM. So now we have $SVN/branches/work/kdepim-3.5.5+.

For those who want to play/test you'll find that KMail has templates (thanks to Dmitry) and the Kontact summary is getting some love. I hope some proko2 features also make their way into this branch.

OCT
17
2006

Too Many Bugs

I spent many hours the past couple months bug fixing two of my favorite KDE PIM applications (KOrganizer and KMail). And I'm not even making a small dent in the bug pile.

700+ Open KOrganizer Bugs

SEP
19
2006

EBN, Me Too

The purpose of this blog:

Test if the EBN aggregator works

That is all. Apparently I need to brush-up on my HTML.

AUG
1
2006

More Kraziness

We have a new "pass-by-value" check in Krazy written by Andreas. It is the first plugin written in C++ (and not perl). And it requires Qt4. So, we had to do a bit of tweaking of things on the EBN. Seems to be working well.

JUL
22
2006

APIDOX

I spent quite a bit of time the past couple of days attempting to beautify and fix some minor bugs in the APIDOX generating stuff for KDE trunk. Sure, I should have waited until [ade] returned from vacation.

JUN
27
2006

Progress

Progress.

The new kdepimlibs module has some real content, finally. I moved the emailfunctions library from kdepim into kdepimlibs this afternoon. This means anyone who is developing for kdepim trunk will need to build kdepimlibs first.

JUN
10
2006

Fedora Complaints

I still haven't managed to get sound working on my new HP Pavilion a1320y desktop with Fedora Core 4. Read a lot of suggestions in Fedora Forum without any luck so far.

JUN
1
2006

Back in a Jiffy

My new HP Pavilion desktop system "jiffy" arrived yesterday (exactly as FedEx promised). Fedora Core 4 Linux installed painlessly without even 1 hiccup last night. Today I am putting the finishing touches on the system: installing extra RPMs; configure printing and scanning; etc.

MAY
30
2006

Things that pass you by...

I eagerly await the delivery of my new baby... err... my new desktop system (the system is a "he" and we've already named him jiffy). According to the FedEx tracker, jiffy will be delivered tomorrow. I'm having the heebee-jeebies waiting to do KDE-development again. Sure the computer is good for email and web surfing and keeping your checkbook, but the real fun is using the computer for software development. I'm sure we all agree with that.

MAY
24
2006

Out with the Old

Bad News: As mentioned in a previous blog my notebook's harddrive did pass silently yesterday afternoon. This was my main KDE development system.

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