Hello,

I'm sending another update on this thread, because a lot of time has passed since my last email.

A preliminary agenda:
- status
   - kde4 port, based on kdevplatform
       - basically no changes; on some systems it is working, on some it is not; see https://github.com/ktechlab/ktechlab/issues/10

   - conclusions about kdevplatform
      - should be discussed...

   - kde3 version status, code repository
        - available here : https://github.com/ktechlab/ktechlab-0.3 ; note that there is a ktechlab-0.3.8 branch with some minor fixes/additions ; I'm considering SF.net SVN deprecated and read-only

   - webpage and wiki: migration from sourceforge
        - webpage is now at: https://github.com/ktechlab/ktechlab/wiki
        - personally I really like the concept of git-backed wiki with the possibility of offline editing; on SF.net, the wiki editing was a pain for me because of the huge lag at page loading
       - any downside for using the github wiki?

- plans
  - minimal usable functionality
      - I've tried todefine it, see: https://github.com/ktechlab/ktechlab/wiki/Project-Status

  - what to do to have something working
      - needs discussion

  - sourceforge project: upgrade to Allura
      - this is done; any problems found by anybody?

  - future development procedure
     - needs discussion


Best regards,

 Zoli




2012/9/3 Zoltan Padrah <zoltan.padrah@gmail.com>
Replying to myself, because I sent the previous unfinished email by mistake.

A preliminary agenda:
- status
   - kde4 port, based on kdevplatform
   - conclusions about kdevplatform
   - kde3 version status, code repository
   - webpage and wiki: migration from sourceforge
- plans
  - minimal usable functionality
  - what to do to have something working
  - sourceforge project: upgrade to Allura
  - future development procedure


Best regards,

 Zoltan

2012/9/3 Zoltan Padrah <zoltan.padrah@gmail.com>:
>   Hi,
>
> it's a good idea to have a discussion about the current situation and
> plans for the future.
> A preliminary agenda can be:
> - status
>   - kde4 port, based on kdevplatform
>   -
> - plans
>
>
>
>
> On my part I can participate in an IRC discussion on the following dates:
> - 3 - 7 September: 9 - 15h, UTC+1
> - 10 September: 9 - 15h, UTC+1
> - 17 September onwards: 17h -> 24h, UTC+1
>
> 2012/8/31 Alan Grimes <agrimes@speakeasy.net>:
>> Zoltan Padrah wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> because no replies have arrived to me about the SVN import, I've
>>> forked the SVN import from my user on github to the ktechlab
>>> organization. Link to the repository on github:
>>>
>>> https://github.com/ktechlab/ktechlab-0.3
>>>
>>> There I've pushed a few build fixes for newer gcc versions in branch
>>> ktechlab-0.3.8, based on ktechlab-0.3.7. If it will worth the effort,
>>> maybe a maintenance release of 0.3.7 could be released.
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>
>>
>> OK, changes look good...
>>
>> When can we have a meeting to discuss a strategy for a fresh attempt to
>> port to 4.5? The existing attempt has proven itself to be infeasible and
>> should be abandoned. -- Sometimes you have to take a step backwards to
>> move forwards.
>>
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