KDE PIM/Meetings/Osnabrueck 10
The annual KDE PIM Meeting Osnabrück 10 is currently in a planning state. It will take place on 10.2.2012 - 12.2.2012 at the Intevation offices in Osnabrück. Participation is open please enter yourself to: https://sprints.kde.org/sprint/68
Accomodation and Travel will be organized on the Sprint page
Projects we'll work on in small groups, mostly coding or creating other concrete results.
- Nepomuk integration in KMail (and possibly other PIM applications) in respect to the feeder rewrite.
- Groupwise calendar resource for Akonadi
- Akonadi importer for Polka
- Porting KTimetracker to Akonadi
- KMail migration
- KAlarm Akonadi resource
- Stabilizing Akonadi IMAP resource
- Writing: Explaining Akonadi
- Writing: Report on status of Akonadi
- Document Kolab's use of Akonadi
- Java library to access Kolab IMAP
Discussions about topics, which are relevant to all or a sub group of people. Please state audience and desired result of the discussion.
Audience: all, Desired Results: List of real problems, list of myths, plan how to address both
Akonadi and as a consequence KMail and the other PIM applications still have a pretty bad reputation. People perceive it as slow, using too much memory, or generally unstable. We should identify what are real problems and what is myth and come up with a plan how to address both.
Basically, there are two issues:
- Akonadi is perceived to be useless
- Akonadi is perceived to be unstable, buggy, slow
Both can be addressed by some decent articles and improvements to the website(s). The recent 'what did we fix in KMail' was great way of addressing the second point and we need to start writing about concrete examples of what will be possible (and esp about what is already done) asap to address the first issue.
Audience: people interested in Kolab, Desired results: Decide about exposed payload formats
State & implementation of the new XSD based Kolab library, see
- Which payload format could/should be exposed through ASAP for Server Side Akonadi clients?
Server Side Akonadi
Audience: people interested in Kolab, Desired results: design decisions
Points to discuss:
- Dependencies, in particular kcalcore, kabc
- Formats, see above
- D-Bus related concerns for server architecture
KDE PIM on Mobile
Audience: mobile people, Desired result: Plan for future developments
How is Kontact and other parts of KDE PIM doing on the N9, on Android, on other mobile platforms?
What are our goals for future development, is the current variety of target platforms and features sustainable? Who is working on it?
Kontact Touch should be available through the community app store, rather than hand-b0rked installation, see
How to make that happen?
Audience: Akonadi developers, Desired results: Update list of bugs
Getting input on a number of Akonadi bugs
Audience: Akonadi developers, Desired results: Design for resource scheduler
Discussing design of resource scheduler
Audience: KMail developers, Desired result: Decide how to handle maildir flags
Discussing handling of maildir flags
Storing calendar colors for Kolab calendars
Audience: Korganizer people / people interested in Kolab, Desired result: Implementation (plan) for storage of calendar colors according to KEP 12.
See KEP 12: Color configuration storage for resources and categories for the specification.
Saving searches & results in cross-client scenarios
Audience: people interested in Kolab, Desired result: Design parameters for system that would work for Akonadi as well as server side clients, e.g. Roundcube & Co.
This is a subject that has been started as a discussion in the Kolab community, but never been fully thought through or finalized as a design. For input, see KEP 15: Saved searches and sharing searches across all clients
Presentations of things interesting to the KDE PIM community. Please state targeted audience.
- Bachelor thesis: REST interface for Kolab (Thomas Koch) (Audience: people interested in Kolab)
- Server side Akonadi (Georg Greve) (Audience: people interested in Akonadi and Kolab)
- libkolabxml (Christian Mollekopf) (Audience: people interested in Kolab)
16:00 Start meeting, fill agenda, get organized
~19:30 Dinner at Chow's Garden (Japaneese / Asian Food)
10:00 Review first batch of work, get organized 10:30-12:00 Presentations, discussions targeted at whole group
17:00 Review second batch of work, get organized 17:30-18:30 Presentations, discussions targeted at whole group
20:00 Dinner at Arabesque (Arabian Food http://www.arabesque-osnabrueck.de/)
10:00 Review third batch of work, get organized 10:30-11:30 Presentations, discussions targeted at whole group
14:00 Close meeting, collect next steps
Date Finding Table (for reference)
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