← Sprints/PIM/2020 You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, Administrators, trusted, KDEDevelopers. You can view and copy the source of this page. In-person meeting cancelled due to global pandemic. =Sprint Schedule= April 4/5, 2019 =Agenda= Proposed topics, roughly grouped by scope. Feel free to extend and regroup this. === General project stuff === * How can we get all of kde/pim migrated to gitlab? (Allen) * Did the bi-monthly summary blog approach we tried over the last year work out and should we continue with this? (Volker) * Should we phase out the Kolab resource in favor of IMAP+DAV, and if so, how can we do that practically? (Volker) * Progress of frameworkification, is KDAV ready to go, which framework is next after that? (Volker) === KF6 === * The use of KParts in kdepim (with some KF6 changes in mind) (David) * KF6/Qt6: anything problematic or anything larger to do in PIM or "our" frameworks? The Kross usage in accountwizard comes to mind. (Volker) === Larger reviews === * Review and finalize the API of Nicolas' platform calendar access abstraction. (Volker) * Review the KUserFeedback usage for 20.04 (Volker) === Specific bugs === * KOrganizer: bug can't modify item immediately after creating it (David) * Deleting multiple emails really fast leads to some of them being stuck in "about to be deleted" state (David) * Deleting emails while the inbox is sync'ed leads to emails reappearing before disappearing again (David) * Finding out why kmail often shows "This message is encrypted" erroneously (David) * Finding out why contact completion/search doesn't find some contacts (David) =Notes= * KDAV: David and ervin agree with the move, ervin will do another API review * Frameworkification: ** kgapi - this is used externally AFAIK, so it might be worth moving? Dan? ** the entire set of email libs - lots of work, does anyone externally need those right now? * KParts usage: ** dfaure: <tt>lxr reminded me that kdepim uses KParts for embedding into kontact. I just had a deeper look, and it actually makes sense (KParts is basically a plugin mechanism with a widget() method, a XMLGuiClient+actionCollection for actions, and a KAboutData, all of which make sense in kontact).</tt> =Attendance= * Franck Arrecot * Laurent Montel * Kévin Ottens * David Faure * Dan Vratil * Andre Heinecke * Sandro Knauss * Volker Krause * Ingo Klöcker =Report= TODO =Previous Meeting= [[Sprints/PIM/2019 | PIM Sprint 2019, 5-7 April, Toulouse, France]] Return to Sprints/PIM/2020. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/Sprints/PIM/2020"