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| Evaluate port of KDE frameworks to BB, testing other KDE products using this and also evaluate port of Zanshin (a powerful yet simple application for managing your day to day actions and notes) to BB, for that i will need to test akonadi on BB too.
 
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Revision as of 11:57, 30 August 2012

Name Email Location Project Project URL Plans
Laszlo Papp lpapp at kde dot org Galway county, Ireland KHangMan, KAnagram, and perhaps Gluon (including the player) http://edu.kde.org/applications/all/khangman/ http://edu.kde.org/applications/all/kanagram/ Port the applications to BB UI along with its dependencies, if needed.
Gilles Caulier caulier dot gilles at gmail dot com Aix en Provence, France digiKam, Kipi-plugins, and relevant shared libraries (libkipi, libkdcraw, libkexiv2, libkmap, libkface, etc...) http://www.digikam.org Port the photo manager, all plugins, and all dependencies from kdegraphics.
Andrea Brancaleoni null at gmx dot it Milan, Italy kbreakout & other kde-games https://github.com/thypon/xbreakout http://games.kde.org/ SHORT TERM: port kdegame project shrinking KDE dependencies (kbreakout alredy ported to android-qt) LONG TERM: port the KDE libraries needed to run the games.
Andre Heinecke aheinecke@intevation.de Osnabrück, Germany Kontact Touch (Kdepim) http://userbase.kde.org/Kontact_Touch See whats possible to get running, help working on the necessary libraries and/or working on adopting the kdepim infrastructure.
Bernhard Reiter bernhard.reiter@intevation.de Osnabrück, Germany Kontact Touch and "Desktop" (KDEPIM) http://userbase.kde.org/Kontact_Touch Evaluate port of Kontact Touch and necessary components in order to facilitate them. Testing other KDE products in combination with other BB software for real life business usability.
Nuno Pinheiro nuno at oxygen-icons.org Vila Real, Portugal Oxygen, Split-it, Time to Go. http://www.oxygen-icons.org/ Port the applications to BB, Continue to develop generic UI/UX/artwork for Apps and create new ones mostly made with Touch in mind. Expanding kde's own pool of touch focussed apps.
Mario Fux fux'AT'kdeDOTorg Burgdorf, Switzerland WiktionaryParser and GUI Not yet Port the wiktionaryParser to more languages (English, French, Italian, etc.) and then develop a QML GUI. It's not (yet) KDE software and I'm atm a slow developer so keep me at the bottom of the list ;-).
Mario Bensi mbensi at ipsquad dot net Toulouse, France KDE Framework and Zanshin http://community.kde.org/Frameworks and http://zanshin.kde.org/ Evaluate port of KDE frameworks to BB, testing other KDE products using this and also evaluate port of Zanshin (a powerful yet simple application for managing your day to day actions and notes) to BB, for that i will need to test akonadi on BB too.
Björn Balazs kde at lazs dot de Berlin, Germany Usability http://openusability.org Usability Support for the Development of different mobile KDE applications

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