KDE EDU on Windows Need refined format * What projects should be ported? - All * What's the current stage? - Everything compiles - Everything that Lazlo knows seems to works - Last exe's in windows.kde.org are 4.8.0 based and not all of them work * KDE-EDU Windows installer? - Plan to improve the installer the kde windows team provides - We need a "3 next" click installer - Otherwise there's no motivation because it's difficult for people to get since the KDE windows instaler is only "geek" friendly - Lazlo supports a workaround that is using cpack - Copy Amarok solution? - Some people think it's a good idea - Lazlo says it's a hack on a hack * How to attract contributors to fix runtime or build issues on Windows? - Continuous integration? - Not yet integrated in jenkins - There's a windows specific one in a company in germany (didn't get the name) * How to attract contributors to fix runtime or build issues on Windows? - Motivation is missing if there's no users, which gets fixed by the great windows installer * Cross compilation on Linux if no license available? Document how to do it? - Cross compilation is not really needed, compiling is the "easy part" * Do applications work? - Lazlo thinks we need to test our applications all before starting to push them - Aleix thinks we can assume things work - Albert suggests we do testing live here * Can we distribute on their market? - Windows 8 has a store, it's only for Metro applications - Seems it's a political decission to only allow a few libs for the market * What will happen with Metro(Windows 8)+KDE? - No OpenGl for Windows 8 (ANGLE) - Metro applications seem to be too restrictive (can't link other libs than the blessed ones) - Digia are interested in getting it to work on the store - Seems it's a political decission to only allow a few libs for the market
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