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=== Network Management ===
 
=== Network Management ===
* Release plan
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* Release plan (deprecate networkmanagent, use plasma-nm, release libmm-qt/libnm-qt)
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* Solve problem with managing two or more instances of the same device type (two wifi cards, two bluetooth devices, etc).
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* Update libmm-qt to the new specification (GSoC)
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* Remove Solid::Control::ModemManager (once libmm-qt is released)
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* Make libmm-qt runtime dependency of libnm-qt instead of compile time dependency
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* Make libnm-qt/libmm-qt usable from QML
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* Do usability study with plasma-nm
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=== Bluetooth ===
 
=== Bluetooth ===
 
* BlueZ 5
 
* BlueZ 5

Revision as of 08:53, 19 April 2013

Agenda

General

  • Using bugzilla
  • Unify names
  • Unittest

Power Management

  • Modes (on AC, on Battery, on Low Battery)
  • Brightness
  • Merging screen locker
  • Merging hybrid suspend patch (https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/109352/)
  • More than 1 battery
  • Specific testing app (solid-power ?) similar to solid-hardware/kscreen-console
  • Other devices (Mouse battery)

Network Management

  • Release plan (deprecate networkmanagent, use plasma-nm, release libmm-qt/libnm-qt)
  • Solve problem with managing two or more instances of the same device type (two wifi cards, two bluetooth devices, etc).
  • Update libmm-qt to the new specification (GSoC)
  • Remove Solid::Control::ModemManager (once libmm-qt is released)
  • Make libmm-qt runtime dependency of libnm-qt instead of compile time dependency
  • Make libnm-qt/libmm-qt usable from QML
  • Do usability study with plasma-nm

Bluetooth

  • BlueZ 5

KScreen

  • XRandR 1.1/1.2
  • XRandR 1.3
  • XRandR 1.4
  • xcb port
  • New GUI
  • Unit Testing
  • Saving modes
  • Creating Modes

Libsolid

  • Review Lisa's work
  • Btrfs
  • Network Status
    • Anybody caring about this?
    • Specific testing tool (solid-network ?)
  • Libsolid really cross platform (GNOME included)
    • State of it in Windows
    • Should we care of OSX ?
    • Mark interfaces as deprecated (We don't support smartcard)

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