KDE at QCS/QCS 2011
KDE at the Qt Contributors Summit
The Qt Contributors Summit is happening in Berlin from 16-18 June.
Please add your name if you are attending QCS, indicating if you are also representing another organisation of company, and what your t-shirt size is. We will order KDE "Part of the solution" t-shirts to make the KDE presence obvious, but feel free to bring your own.
We understand that many KDE attendees will firstly be representing your employer, but will appreciate your contribution from a KDE perspective whenever possible.
|Name||Dates attending||Representing||T-Shirt Size||Hotel||Comments|
|John Layt||15-19 June||KDE||S||Park Inn|
|Volker Krause||16-18 June||KDAB||XL|
|Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen||15-19||Gluon||XL||Park Inn|
The proposed topics are listed on the QCS Wiki Topic List. Please add any sessions you think are required.
The following topics have been proposed by KDE community members:
|KDE Technology in Qt||John Layt (?)||Specific code and functionality we want to move into Qt|
|Metatype / Introspection Model||Stephen Kelly|
|KDE & Qt Communities||Corenelius Schumacher, Frederik Gladhorn|
The following topics are important to the KDE community and should be attended (please add any more you think are important):
|Localization||John Layt||Looking at QLocale, QDateTime, maybe i18n|
|Qt Product Definition (incl Qt Addons)|
|Legal Training||Raise questions on group code contributions|
|QtSql / Qt ORM||Jaroslaw Staniek|
|KConfig vs. QSettings vs. DConf|
The following are technical issues KDE wants to address.
- KUrl stuff, KIcon stuff,
- KAction partly. The entire problem can't be solved, but some more data fields could help
- QLineEdit clear button
- QCompleter not powerful enough
- Itemviews stuff
- Mimetype stuff
- Geolocation core classes
- Port KConfig's INI parser to QSettings
The following are tasks concerning the Qt Community and Open Governance that KDE wants to address.
- Qt Addons website / CPAN for Qt
- Building a relationship with Digia