< KDE PIM | MeetingsRevision as of 09:19, 14 October 2012 by Jlayt (talk | contribs) (→Topics)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Contents 1 Topics 1.1 Markg85 1.2 Afiestas 1.3 DFaure (remotely) 1.4 Marty K 1.5 Milian 1.6 John Layt 2 Agenda 2.1 Friday 12th 2.2 Saturday 13th 2.3 Sunday 14th 3 Meeting Notes 3.1 Friday 12th 3.1.1 IMAP Improvements 3.1.2 IndexingHeavy Task Scheduling (aka "Spanish Scheduling") 3.2 Saturday 13th 3.3 Sunday 14th 4 Blogs 5 Organization 6 Arrival/Departure Topics Please do add your topics. Markg85 These are just possible topics that i'd like to know more about. Introduce new PIM folks to the PIM principle. A lot of Akonadi knowledge sharing so a broader range of people knows what it all about and can use it in applications. Right now i know close to nothing about it. Developing PIM applications. Developing simple Akonadi example applications which showcase Akonadi and should hopefully make it easier for developers to integrate Akonadi in their applications KMail dev sprint and bug squashing? Related to kmail but mentioning specifically. Since KDE 4.9.2 there seems to be an issue with kmail getting slower. I'd be nice to dive in this issue with the people there and fix it. QML Calendar Akonadi integration sprint. Figuring out all the PIM classes and improving their documentation. Discussing the future of Kontact. Right now it looks out of place in the current KDE. Perhaps replacing applications with modern ones where they exist and fit KDE. I for one would like to replace KOrganizer with my QML Calendar once it's production ready (far from that at the moment). Afiestas These are just possible topics that i'd like to know more about. Showcase how may laptop gets up to 2gb memory using KMail, try to fix that. Add a new status for resources called "Unconfigured" EntityTreeModelPrivate::retrieveAncestors won't work (We have to figure out a way of fixing this, I have a patch and an idea we have to talk about it) Activating resources when added (When a new resource is adding for example in AddressBook, the user will have to "check it" manually. Try to improve KMail user perception by fine-tunning when and how we FETCH Investigate if we can use accounts-sso instead of doing our own thing DFaure (remotely) I plan to implement some sort of incremental saving in ChangeRecorder to speed up operations affecting a large number of items. If there's still time after that, I'll ask for input on how to fix my other pet peeves: Some sent mails have "Date: Unknown" (and others are 2 hours in the future) Debugging mixedmaildir ending up with "MySQL server has gone away" Plans for more parallelism in resources, for better reactivity to user actions Marty K Social Feed (lots of stuff) New Address Book (+metacontacts a bit) Milian performance John Layt New Qt ICU backend including QTimeZone Plasma Calendar Service - See http://community.kde.org/Plasma/Clock KHolidays NG - JSON file format, Qt-only base library, KDE-only widgets New QML Plasma Calendar Widget - See http://community.kde.org/Plasma/Clock Agenda Friday 12th Saturday 13th Sunday 14th Meeting Notes Friday 12th IMAP Improvements support dynamic switching between online and offline IMAP implement two pass (initial) sync, ie. do a first sync with online mode, and then if the user selected offline mode initially run a second sync with that enabled to fetch the missing bodies (depends on the above point obviously), this will give you a much faster initial access to the mail before having the full sync completed, aka the "Spanish sync" download throttling, to prevent a fast network connection from overflowing the IMAP resource parallel fetching and syncing, so that reading a single mail with online IMAP is not blocked by a long on-going sync (aka the "d4 problem") increase default sync interval from 5 to 60 min, common users are assumed to mainly work with inbox for incoming mails (ie. no shared folders and server side filtering), so IMAP IDLE is all they need and we can avoid the high load caused by frequent syncs fix cache policy overwriting by the IMAP resource to preserve user changes consider the time it took to sync when determining when the next interval sync happens, aka the "continuous sync problem" fix progress indicator during initial sync, aka the "non-monotonous progress problem" IndexingHeavy Task Scheduling (aka "Spanish Scheduling") Things to consider: KIdleTime OS scheduler PM inhibitions Akonadi agent status Battery/AC status Activities manual override other ongoing heavy tasks Saturday 13th Sunday 14th Blogs Organization See the Sprint page for more details. Arrival/Departure Name Arrival Note Accommodation Departure Note Kevin Krammer 2012-10-12 08:40 OS 271 NH Express, Stresemannstr. 2012-10-14 19:10 LH 197 Mark Gaiser 2012-10-11 18:00 Eldenaerstr 28A 2012-10-15 14:00 Volker Krause 2012-10-11 20:35 AB 6538 Home 2012-10-15 07:25 LH 2057 Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=KDE_PIM/Meetings/PIM_October_2012_meeting&oldid=25404" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.