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Re: Re: KDE and Google Summer of Code 2018




On Jan 19, 2018 6:11 PM, "pointedstick" <pointedstick@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> While we're at it, let's not only re-work existing KCMs, but try to take the opportunity to simplify and consolidate where possible. For example, the Launch Feedback KCM consists only of two checkboxes that could easily be moved elsewhere (the cursor part into the Cursors KCM, and the Task Manager part into individual Task Manager widgets' settings, perhaps?)

Good points.
The Fx Speed in the compositing kcm could also fit in the Effects kcm.

Greetings, Clemens.

> ---- On Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:06:52 -0800 David Edmundson  wrote ----
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> >On Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 4:41 PM, Marco Martin <notmart@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >On venerd&igrave; 19 gennaio 2018 13:42:25 CET David Edmundson wrote:
> > > Note that they'll be finishing GSOC around the same time as 5.14, so that
> > > potentially means GSOC work released in 5.15.
> > > We shouldn't pick high priority ones that we want done before then.
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> > basing on the priorities recorded in https://phabricator.kde.org/project/view/
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> > a possible list, among the "medium":
> > * removable devices
> > * printers
> > * spell check
> > * formats
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> > among the "high", but we can live if gets delayed a bit:
> > * mouse (can of worms?)
> > * date/time
> > * user manager
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> > other suggestions?
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> >Mouse is maybe covered by Roman's existing task?
> >Printers isn't part of Plasma, we need to check with the author.
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> >But I think all of them are good options.
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> >They're not the same size, I don't think working on date and time would take up 3 months.
> >Maybe we can group a few of the simpler ones together?
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> >Go for it.
> >You can put me down in the list of mentors.
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> > Marco Martin
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