Earlier this year, I had the chance to speak about one of KDE community's cool projects that is helpding developers erase the line between desktop and mobile/tablet UI's with ease. I'm referring to the Kirigami UI framework - a set of QtQuick components targetted at the mobile as well as desktop platforms. This is particularly … Continue reading Revisiting my talk at FOSSASIA summit, 2018
Last time we heard the publictransport applet was being re-written was almost a year back now. Since then, it has indeed gone through some sorts of rewrite, but at the Randa meetings, 2017, this has taken a whole new course. Since the time I began porting the publictransport dataengine, to be used with a new … Continue reading Plasma publictransport rewrite – Part II
You might remember that I spoke about Plasma's Publictransport applet getting some reworking during the summer. It's been over a month since I made that announcement on my blog and while ideally, I'd have liked to have blogged every week about my work, I haven't really been able to. This is largely down to the … Continue reading Plasma’s Publictransport applet’s porting status
This summer I'll be working on trying to bring back to life the Publictransport Plasma applet, as part of a Google summer of code project, mentored by Eike Hein and Mario Fux, which will need both reworking and rewriting of the present code for it to be able to work with Plasma5. To know more … Continue reading Plasma’s Publictransport to get some reworking !
Last week, the KDE community organized a sprint at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. I was one of the participants in the same. While a majority of the participants were involved with the WikiToLearn project, which aims at making collaborative textbooks - a project that to me, looks extremely promising and after having taken a look … Continue reading KDE sprint – Geneva 2016