← Frameworks You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, Administrators, trusted, KDEDevelopers. You can view and copy the source of this page. = Building KDE Frameworks = * [[Frameworks/Building|Building KDE Frameworks]] = KDE Frameworks Coordination = Welcome to the main coordination page of the KDE Frameworks teams! This area of the wiki is organized around two main sections: * the [[Frameworks#Global_work_document|global section]] where one can find the current development effort going on across all frameworks (named epics) and the policies which apply to all the KDE Frameworks offering. * the [[Framework#Framework_Areas|framework specifics section]] where one can find the current development effort on a specific framework (named features) and which policies it applies; '''Important''': We're still busy bees working on KDE Frameworks 5.0, so only the [[Frameworks#Global_work_document|global]] section is in effect for now. Help is welcome to complete KDE Frameworks 5.0. == Global work document == * [[Frameworks/Epics|Epics Dashboard]] * [[Frameworks/Policies|Policies]] * [[Frameworks/Terminology|Terminology]] * [[Frameworks/Git_Workflow|'''Proposed''' Git Workflow]] (still up for discussion, not in effect yet) * [[Frameworks/Porting_Notes|Porting notes]] * [[Frameworks/GettingStarted | Getting Started]] * [[Frameworks/Coinstallability | Coinstallability with KDElibs 4]] * [[Frameworks/CreationGuidelines | Guidelines for creating a new framework]] == Framework Areas == * [[Frameworks/List|Table of all the released frameworks]] TBD, KDE Frameworks 5.0 being on-going work, please check the [[Frameworks/Epics|Epics Dashboard]]. == Meetings == On the [[Frameworks/Meetings | Meetings page]] you find more information about recent and future meetings and their logs. Return to Frameworks. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/Frameworks"