From: David Kahles <davidundflo@we...> - 2014-01-01 23:55:57
As I am currently not familiar with Git, it seems that Sourceforge is
only used for lxde and not for lxqt and I couldn't find any additional
information about how to contribute to lxqt, I am posting this bug
report to the mailing list.
Of course would I like to know where to post such reports correctly.
In "lxqt-common/config/lxsession/LXDE-Qt/autostart" is an executable
called "lxqt-policykit" which is launched by lxsession. But when I was
building lxqt there was only one called "lxqt-policykit-agent", so this
entry should be corrected.
Thank you, David
From: Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bs...> - 2014-01-07 14:31:34
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On 2014-01-02 00:55, David Kahles wrote:
> Of course would I like to know where to post such reports
github hold bug reports for the Qt components as of now.
hopefully someone will pick it up from here soon enough =)
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From: David Kahles <davidundflo@we...> - 2014-01-07 22:59:31
Am Dienstag, den 07.01.2014, 15:31 +0100 schrieb Martin Bagge / brother:
> On 2014-01-02 00:55, David Kahles wrote:
> > Of course would I like to know where to post such reports
> > correctly.
> github hold bug reports for the Qt components as of now.
> hopefully someone will pick it up from here soon enough =)
Thanks for your reply. I opened an issue on github now.
Is there an possibility to contribute own code changes, for example
patch such a bug ? Sorry for those noob questions. I watched a Youtube
video a view days ago about how to contribute to the Linux kernel so I
wondered if it's similar on lxqt, so can i send patches per email to an
developer ? Of course any link are welcome.
Thank you very much, David