Revision as of 18:34, 20 September 2013 (view source)Carlsymons (talk | contribs)m (→Building KDE Frameworks)← Older edit Revision as of 15:42, 31 October 2013 (view source) Jriddell (talk | contribs) (add coinstallbility)Newer edit → Line 21: Line 21: * [[Frameworks/Porting_Notes|Porting notes]] * [[Frameworks/Porting_Notes|Porting notes]] * [[Frameworks/GettingStarted | Getting Started]] * [[Frameworks/GettingStarted | Getting Started]] +* [[Frameworks/Coinstallability | Coinstallability with KDElibs 4]] == Framework Areas == == Framework Areas == Revision as of 15:42, 31 October 2013 Contents 1 Building KDE Frameworks 2 KDE Frameworks Coordination 2.1 Global work document 2.2 Framework Areas 2.3 Meetings Building KDE Frameworks 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 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 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 global section is in effect for now. Help is welcome to complete KDE Frameworks 5.0. Global work document Epics Dashboard Policies Terminology Proposed Git Workflow (still up for discussion, not in effect yet) Porting notes Getting Started Coinstallability with KDElibs 4 Framework Areas TBD, KDE Frameworks 5.0 being on-going work, please check the Epics Dashboard. Meetings On the Meetings page you find more information about recent and future meetings and their logs. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Frameworks&oldid=34937" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.