JUL
21
2003

KSpell cont.

I don't like the fact that I have to be coming up with topics for those entries. I think I'll just start putting dates for them. People who want to know what I'm doing will find them anyway.
I haven't done anything too interesting today. Worked on KSpell a little more. Cleaned it up a little and closed two bugs, from which the more interesting is that you can now check HTML/SGML/XML and Tex/LaTeX documents with KSpell and it will automatically skip the tags/commands and it will spell check only the actual contents. It should make spellchecking in such applications as Quanta and KTextMaker/Kile a lot more friendly.

JUL
21
2003

kstars status

For my first post, I thought I would give a short heads up on recent activity in KStars.

Jasem Mutlaq recently added telescope control to KStars, which is just fantastic. Definitely has been one of our most-requested features.

JUL
21
2003

This is a test post from KBlog

This is a test post from KBlog. If it works it will be ready for CVS. Currently there are issues with the post manager. The selection dialogs need some refinement.

There are also some big UI issues, and some missing code, but I think there is enough here that other developers will want to get a start.

JUL
21
2003

Who is paid to hack Kde?

I am planning on doing a feature which will list all the Kde developers who are paid by someone.

Here is an incomplete list.

Waldo Bastian by Suse
Zack Rusin by Automatix ( there was someone else too)

JUL
20
2003

More silly bug fixes

Well notices now highlight the nick in their randomly picked colours.

reved the version to 1.3.8 to allow for the per server prefs. That's it for ksirc today, it's too hot out.

JUL
20
2003

KBlog getting ready...

Well i have hacked the greater part of the day on cleaning up the kblog code. The backend is now completely generic and im now switching the main code over to use that code. Once that is done i can throw that in cvs.

JUL
20
2003

what goes through my mind

Well, i am working on gadu for few weeks now.
But there was not even single bug reported during this time (on bugs.kde.org).
Maybe i should consider entering few bugs my self :->

JUL
20
2003

Introducing myself

Wow, what a great idea! I can only say thanks for such a site - I definitely hope it will start to be a good resource for any user seeking closer contact to the members of the KDE team.

So, for a first post, I'd like to introduce myself. My main focus is Kopete. For well over a year now I've been working on the Jabber plugin, occasionally I also dive into libkopete, the core code behind the UI that ties the protocol plugins together. I must say that it's a very rewarding task, Kopete and KDE in general are the first projects that have fascinated me over a longer period of time and that still feel just as cool as on the very first day.

JUL
20
2003

KStringHandler::tagURLs

Trying to fix http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=60522 isn't a problem in kSirc. It's a generic problem in KStringHandler::tagURLs.

URL entries that are of the form http://url/~ or end in any none-word or none-number entry gets poorly highlighted.

JUL
20
2003

kopete-gadu

Well , i am back after i spend one week working on some projects in my company.
I hope someday maybe somebody will pay me just for doing what i like to do :-)
We can dream, always...
Anyway, first change: moving contact import to gaducommands.cpp again.

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