< Windows | Meetings Revision as of 14:16, 5 June 2010 (view source)SaroEngels (talk | contribs) (→Results)← Older edit Latest revision as of 14:58, 18 March 2016 (view source) Ochurlaud (talk | contribs) m (Ochurlaud moved page Windows/Imported From TechBase/Meetings/Osnabrück Meeting June 2010 to Windows/Meetings/Osnabrück Meeting June 2010) (6 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)Line 27: Line 27: * you shall have no other language before C++. * you shall have no other language before C++. −[[Image:Windows-sprint.JPG|frame|right|front: middle: last:]]+ +[[Image:Windows-sprint.JPG|816x612px]] +front: Bernhard Reiter, Andreas Holzammer middle: Patrick von Reth, Ralf Habacker, Romain Pokrzywka, André Heinecke back: Patrick Spendrin, Ilie Halip [[Category:MS Windows]] [[Category:MS Windows]] [[Category:Meetings]] [[Category:Meetings]] Latest revision as of 14:58, 18 March 2016 On the Weekend 5/6.June 2010 a KDE Windows meeting is going to happen at the Intevation office in Osnabrück. Proposed Topics KDAB and Intevations plans on Windows CE, how to utilize Emerge in the best way possible for that task (mostly on Friday between KDAB and Intevation developers) Stabilizing the Windows Build-System for the KDE-Windows installer Packaging for Windows and other platforms, we are the first KDE initiative to distribute KDE how can we create better packages with help from GNU/Linux KDE developers (maybe someone could prepare a CPack talk?) Improve Build Error reporting from Windows builds (related to stabilizing) for the KDE Community Get the word out that KDE-Windows is not just a proof of concept and here to stay (Marketing our ideas) MinGW32/w64/MSVC which one to focus on? How to integrate small, standalone packages for "honeypot" apps like okular or amarok into the KDE-Windows System UAC and KDE-Windows, related to get the word out to GNU/Linux developers that Windows NT should be a serious target for KDE Improving Emerge, design flaws and ways to overcome them identify the last problems in and around dbus (see e.g. http://randomguy3.wordpress.com/2010/06/01/d-bus-threading-issues/) Getting patches upstream, decide which patches should be brought upstream Results you shall have no other language before C++. front: Bernhard Reiter, Andreas Holzammer middle: Patrick von Reth, Ralf Habacker, Romain Pokrzywka, André Heinecke back: Patrick Spendrin, Ilie Halip Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Windows/Meetings/Osnabrück_Meeting_June_2010&oldid=55904" Categories: MS WindowsMeetings This page was last edited on 18 March 2016, at 14:58. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.