< Frameworks | EpicsRevision as of 13:31, 16 November 2013 by Jlayt (talk | contribs) (→Existing frameworks)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Contents 1 kdepimlibs Splitting Epic 1.1 Planning 1.2 Policies 1.3 kdepimlibs libraries 1.4 kdepim-runtime libraries kdepimlibs Splitting Epic Planning The KDE PIM community has outlined the following plan for splitting kdepimlibs into Frameworks libraries Wait for the kdelibs split to be completed and the preview release to be made A frameworks branch to be created in kdepimlibs and Qt5 / KF5 basic porting to be performed here mostly by the Frameworks team (old frameworks branch to be reviewed and deleted) Once work is started here no more style fixes to be applied to Master Code relying on qt3support and deprecated libraries will be removed as part of the porting Once porting is completed then kdepimlibs will be spilt into separate frameworks Once split the maintainers of each framework will take over work to make any API and code changes required PIM Frameworks will be released as and when they are ready, we do not need to release them all at the same time PIM Frameworks will be prioritised depending on usage, i.e. libraries needed by KDE Workspaces and Kolab should be released first kdepim-runtime will be split between PIM Framework and kdepim Policies See the other Frameworks pages for the KDE Frameworks Policies, the kdelibs Split Policies and the Definition of Done . The kdepimlibs specific policies are: Modules that use qt3support are to be removed Deprecated API is allowed to be removed Source compatibility requirements are relaxed due to fewer clients, but major rewrites are discouraged. Instead port the old library and create a separate new library (e.g. KHolidays and QHolidays). Most libraries will aim for Tier 2, but some may be able to target Tier 1. The initial KF5 port may rely on kde4support to enable the port to be performed by non-experts, but no Framework released may rely on kde4support so the maintainer must remove all usage. In particular all KDateTime, KTimeZone and KLocale usage must be removed and the Qt replacements throughly tested for regressions and behaviour changes. kdepimlibs libraries Maintainers as per the MAINTAINERS file, please change if not correct. Status Framework Tier Porter Maintainer Comments TODO akonadi Tier 2? Dan Vratil TODO cmake Tier 2? TODO doc Tier 2? TODO gpgme++ Tier 2? Marc Mutz TODO includes Tier 2? TODO kabc Tier 2? Tobias Koenig TODO kalarmcal Tier 2? David Jarvie TODO kblog Tier 2? Christian Weilbach TODO kcal Tier 2? TODO kcalcore Tier 2? Sergio Martins, Allen Winter TODO kcalutils Tier 2? Sergio Martins, Allen Winter TODO kholidays Tier 1 John Layt, Allen Winter Split and basic port, will be replaced later by OpenHolidays. Will need internal copy of KCalendarSystem TODO kimap Tier 2? TODO kioslave Tier 2? TODO kldap Tier 2? Szombathelyi György TODO kmbox Tier 2? Bertjan Broeksema TODO kmime Tier 2? Volker Krause, Marc Mutz TODO kontactinterface Tier 2? Allen Winter TODO kpimidentities Tier 2? TODO kpimtextedit Tier 2? Thomas McGuire, Stephen Kelly TODO kpimutils Tier 2? TODO kresources Tier 2? Tobias Koenig TODO ktnef Tier 2? Michael Goffioul TODO kxmlrpcclient Tier 2? TODO mailtransport Tier 2? TODO microblog Tier 2? Tom Albers TODO qgpgme Tier 2? Marc Mutz TODO syndication Tier 2? Frank Osterfeld kdepim-runtime libraries Maintainers as per the MAINTAINERS file, please change if not correct. Status Framework Tier Porter Maintainer Comments TODO accountwizard TODO agents TODO cmake TODO defaultsetup TODO doc TODO kcm TODO kioslave TODO kresources TODO libkdepim-copy TODO migration TODO opensync TODO plugins TODO qml TODO resources TODO resourcetester TODO tray Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Frameworks/Epics/kdepimlibs&oldid=35216" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.