Sponsor: Christoph Cullmann <email@example.com>
QupZilla is a QtWebEngine based cross-platform web browser.
During the Akademy 2017 Konqueror BoF it was proposed to replace the aging Konqueror with it instead of trying to revive it. This was ok'd by the Konqueror maintainer David Faure.
- David Rosca <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Main developer and project maintainer)
- Mladen Pejaković <email@example.com> (webview context menu improvements, speed dial background)
- Alexander Samilov <firstname.lastname@example.org> (tab previews)
- Seyyed Razi Alavizadeh <email@example.com> (fixed UI for RTL languages)
- Franz Fellner <firstname.lastname@example.org> (new restore session ui)
- Bryan M Dunsmore <email@example.com> (opening background tabs, closing window when closing last tab)
- Mariusz Fik <firstname.lastname@example.org> (fixed tab order in preferences dialog)
- Daniele Cocca <email@example.com> (close tabs with middle click, initial work on speed dial)
- Giuseppe Calà <firstname.lastname@example.org> (fixed loading of bookmarklets)
- Adrien Vigneron <email@example.com> (new QupZilla logo)
- Elio Qoshi <firstname.lastname@example.org> (new QupZilla logo)
(taken from https://github.com/QupZilla/qupzilla/blob/master/AUTHORS)
Manifesto Compliance Plan
At the moment development/bugtracking/... happens on github:
The maintainer ok'd that this is moved over to KDE infrastructure during the incubation and the normal commit rights apply.
No barrier known toward the contributors.
Using state-of-the-art web rendering engine, providing a cross-platform browser.
Nothing too innovative but something at the moment missing in the KDE Applications.
All clear no known barrier, anyone can contribute directly.
Web browser => clearly targeted to our normal userbase
- Code of Conduct: supported
- Contributor License Agreement: none
- Established practices: CMake + Qt like most, code reviews except for most active core contributors
- Source materials hosted on our git infrastructure (in playground/edu)
- Online services, some are not on KDE infrastructure:
- website (daily backup on KDE at email@example.com:backup)
- wiki (daily backup on KDE at firstname.lastname@example.org:backup)
- website source code (on GitHub, migration to KDE in progress)
- mailing list (migrated to KDE)
- voice assets (TODO need to migrate them on KDE subversion)
- gcompris.net emails
- source tarballs (TBD)
- binaries for windows, mac, android (+ payment system)
- KDE's bugzilla
- KDE Licensing policy: a few copyright headers missing, otherwise following it
- KDE branding guidelines: no reference to KDE yet
- No patents
- Agrees to transferring the GCompris brand in case of bus rampage :-)
- website + wiki + gcompris.net: should propose continuity plan to sysadmin (DONE)
- voice assets: should migrate to KDE infra
- source tarballs: should migrate to KDE infra
- binaries: to be discussed on kde-community again to finally answer if yes or no we're fine with hosting on KDE infra those binaries which have a code to unlock them fully
- Translations to be hooked to the KDE translation team (DONE)
No brainer, already participating in Randa, posting on planet, etc.
|| Project description
|| Project team
| TO DO
|| Manifesto compliance plan
| TO DO
|| Repository and code available (in playground/edu)
| TO DO
|| Mailing list available
|| Migration to KDE completed: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
| TO DO
|| Website available (if applicable)
|| Yes, on own infrastructure
| TO DO
|| Active community
|| Push more use of the mailing list
| TO DO
|| Manifesto compliance
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