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AUG
28
2008

Akonadi Clock

While browsing through kde-look.org I found a cool idea for visualizing a daily agenda.

This reminds me of the Akonadi architecture diagram and I even have code (probably not up to date) for drawing this kind of diagrams. So I guess it would be doable without too much effort to implement a daily agenda viewer like this. Would be a fun project.

AUG
28
2008

Akonadi Clock

From http://www.opendesktop.org/content/show.php?content=82071.

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AUG
16
2008

KDE PIM at Akademy 2008

Since, at the time of writing, I have another six hours of train journey before me on my way back from Akademy 2008 I decided to spend my remaining battery power on writing a blog about the event.

As an executive summary let it be said that the conference and all activitied during the week were really well organized and I think that every attendee will agree that it was lots of fun.

AUG
4
2008

eGroupWare Resource (Going, going..?)

The eGroupWare resource in KDE-PIM hasn't gotten much love and attention in a long time. It compiles, but we have no idea if it really works, nor do we have anyone on the PIM team who uses it.

This is an open call for either 1) someone to take over the maintainership of the eGroupWare kresource or 2) someone to at least help us by testing patches and giving feedback.

Else... we may be forced to remove this resource in KDE-PIM 4.2.

Volunteers please contact me directly or send a message to the kde-pim mailing list.

JUL
9
2008

Thank You Note

As we near the first release ever of KDE-PIM for KDE4, I want to take this opportunity to thank the many folks who helped the kdepim team move to a stable release in a short 6 months.

On behalf of our small group of KDE-PIM developers, Thank You! to the KDE BugSquad, the people who hang out on IRC and help with quick testing of new code, the beta testers and bug reporters, the triagers, and everyone else who gave us kind words of encouragement. We really couldn't have made it happen without you.

JUN
3
2008

That was brought to my attention...

liquidat has posted some notes on what was presented regarding KDE-PIM on LinuxTag 2008. As people started to ask about native look, let me add three more screeenies, all from May 2008.

First, the native KMail on XP with disconnected IMAP accounts:


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MAY
18
2008

Wow!

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MAY
18
2008

Akonadi web button

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APR
26
2008

Free Bird yeah!

Lynyrd Skynyrd rocks, but you already knew that.
Will Stephenson rocks as well and you quite likely also already knew that.

Free Bird is one the reasons why Lynyrd Skynyrd rocks and one of the reasons why Will Stephenson rocks is that he took over the gargantuan task of moving the Akonadi server to is KDE independent location in kdesupport.

APR
25
2008

Dear Lazyweb,

speaking of logos, and while I'm in 1:N communication mode and have your kind attention, large and lovely N that you are: we're in need of a vector version of the current Kontact logo, for purposes of blowing it up indecently in size for use in a poster or two (for Linuxtag).

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