Szymon Stefanek's KMail GSoC project was merged into trunk today.
Stunning. You've got to try it. KMail has been re-launched!
To quote the commit message:
"... New features include grouping, multiline items and the ability to customize just about everything of the look of the message list.
Also, we have a tabbed interface for opening more than one folder at once now..."
As usual the middle day of a developer sprint is the most productive one since all people are here the whole day.
We managed a couple of our agenda items in the sense of discussing the current state, roadmap and delegating jobs to those who still have time to do something beside their own important TODOs :)
Since Tom asked us to send him an overview of what we worked on today for his blog I'll use mine to give a bit more detailed insight into the topic of KResource migration.
I originally planned to do that in time for the KDE PIM special feature which has been published as part of one of the recent commit digests, but I didn't find enough time to it then and almost forgot about it later.
But today I sat down and recorded by first screencast ever and several takes due to tons of stupid mistakes, I present to you the screencast about Akonadi KResource bridges.