Difference between revisions of "KDE PIM/Meetings/Osnabrueck 7"

Jump to: navigation, search
m (Meeting Notes)
m (Agenda)
Line 13: Line 13:
 
Unscheduled topics and corresponding responsible persons (feel free to remove yourself there if you don't like what I assigned to you ;-) ):
 
Unscheduled topics and corresponding responsible persons (feel free to remove yourself there if you don't like what I assigned to you ;-) ):
 
* Static code analysis in KDE PIM (Bertjan)
 
* Static code analysis in KDE PIM (Bertjan)
* KDE PIM runtime/apps split (Tom)
 
 
* Porting strategy for KABC/KCal based resources and applications (Kevin, Tobias)
 
* Porting strategy for KABC/KCal based resources and applications (Kevin, Tobias)
 
** Designing an Akonadi-based replacement for KABC::StdAddressbook
 
** Designing an Akonadi-based replacement for KABC::StdAddressbook
Line 40: Line 39:
 
* Forcing Ingo to finally commit his Akonadi work from the last meeting (Volker) ;-)
 
* Forcing Ingo to finally commit his Akonadi work from the last meeting (Volker) ;-)
 
* Evaluating the Akonadi migration in 4.2 or: the very last chance to stop Akonadi in 4.2 (Kevin, Volker)
 
* Evaluating the Akonadi migration in 4.2 or: the very last chance to stop Akonadi in 4.2 (Kevin, Volker)
 +
* KDE PIM runtime/apps split (Tom)
  
 
19:00 Dinner at "Chows Garten", Große Hamkenstr. 19
 
19:00 Dinner at "Chows Garten", Große Hamkenstr. 19

Revision as of 14:39, 9 January 2009

Annual KDE PIM meeting in Osnabrueck 2009.

Date: Jan 09th (friday) to Jan 11th (sunday).

Location/Travel

Location: NEW office of Intevation GmbH (Neuer Graben 17, 49074 Osnabrück, Germany), http://www.intevation.de/travel.en.html

Hotel: http://www.dom-hotel-osnabrueck.de/index_en.php (as usual)

Agenda

Unscheduled topics and corresponding responsible persons (feel free to remove yourself there if you don't like what I assigned to you ;-) ):

  • Static code analysis in KDE PIM (Bertjan)
  • Porting strategy for KABC/KCal based resources and applications (Kevin, Tobias)
    • Designing an Akonadi-based replacement for KABC::StdAddressbook
  • Needed Akonadi developments for 4.3 (Volker)
    • Free/Busy support (Brad)
    • Consideration of moving mail output (i.e. kdepim/mailtransport functionality) to Akonadi (Brad)
  • Review Akonadi change notification (Stephen, Volker, Kevin, Tobias)
    • Adding ItemMoved and CollectionMoved and adding parent collection to {Collection,Item}Removed in a BC way.
  • Review Akonadi conflict detection (Stephen, Tobias, Volker)
    • detecting backend induced conflicts on the resource side
    • how to handle conflicts/GUI presentation
  • Re-Redesigned KMime ContentStrategy stuff using KJobs (still to do) (Stephen)
  • How to use Akonadi in your application/best practices/api dox review (Stephen)
  • Review Akonadi extensions currently developed in playground/pim (Stephen, Volker)
  • Discuss the fd.o situation (Cornelius)
  • Review the distlist situation (Kevin, Tobias)

Put topics you would like to discuss here

Tentative schedule:

Friday

All day: arrival

  • Forcing Ingo to finally commit his Akonadi work from the last meeting (Volker) ;-)
  • Evaluating the Akonadi migration in 4.2 or: the very last chance to stop Akonadi in 4.2 (Kevin, Volker)
  • KDE PIM runtime/apps split (Tom)

19:00 Dinner at "Chows Garten", Große Hamkenstr. 19

Saturday

08:00 Breakfast

  • Presentation of the Akonadi on N810 project (Karim, Cédric, Romain, Audrey, Guillermo)
  • KMail porting strategy (Thomas, Till, Ingo, Volker, Stephen)


19:00 Dinner at "Rampendahl", Hasestr. 35, http://www.rampendahl.de

Sunday

08:00 Breakfast

All afternoon: departure

Meeting Notes

  • KResource -> Akonadi migration
    • disable the creation of KRes client side bridges, but leave the migration enabled as such.

Please complete by adding your notes!


Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.