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==4.8==
 
==4.8==

Revision as of 21:14, 3 February 2011

This is currently a brainstorming page, feel free to add things to it that may not end up staying. Discussion is happening on the plasma-devel at kde.org mailing list.

4.7

  • QML++

Desktop

  • Activities advancements
    • Panels associated with activities
    • Add an activities button to the default panel arrangement
    • Drag taskbar entries on activity manager icons to assign?
  • System tray:
    • tasks widget integration for the "application" tasks, out of the tray by default
    • xembed tasks hidden in the popup by default
    • property extended from the standard: what plasmoid can represent this task, use it for keyboard layout
    • grouping of network icons in a single one (with icons+lionmail in the popup?)
    • multimedia category? (grouped, + nowplaying in the popup?)

Mobile

Use activities, use it as "guinea pig" for qml plasmoids, device profiles for Package etc

Netbook/Tablet

the shell itself for tablet makes more sense to be the mobile one.. merge mobile and netbook shells?

Classroom

  • Containment for "lesson plans"
  • Network (web?) service that pushes lesson plans
  • Monitor app

KDE Applications

  • Activity awareness
  • first release of selkie? first prototype of qml plasmoids shipping in selkie packages

4.8

Desktop

  • Redesign of desktop activity contents
    • new containment? maybe grid desktop?
    • Integrated search?
    • merge krunner, desktop toolbox, activity manager...
    • always show that window in the present windows effect
  • Switch from kickoff to ?

Classroom

Classroom profiles for netbook/tablet/mobile

KDE applications

Identifying common places where applications could use qml/plasma widgets in their main ui. example: dock widgets?


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