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KDE Commit-Digest for 17th February 2008

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In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Configuration and layout work in Plasma. A whole load of Plasma backports from trunk to the KDE 4.0 branch (for KDE 4.0.2). Plasma applets begin to be ported to use WebKit from Qt 4.4. Color blindness simulation for KMag. Work on support for button form fields, and support for encrypted ODF documents in Okular. More developments in the porting and maintanence of Kooka. Remote KABC resource and an Akonadi to KCal bridge in Akonadi. UPnp integration in Kopete.

A rewritten upload plugin for KDevPlatform (used in Quanta and KDevelop). Continued work on a new projection framework in Marble. Undo/Redo work using a "piece table" in Okteta. Optimisations in Kalzium, Amarok, and KGet. A KControl module for configuring imaplib resources in Mailody, and a module for managing emoticon themes in KDE. Start of work on Puck, a tool to convert the Plasma XML user interface format into C++ code. Experiments with a KDE 4 version of Kommander. A branch of KDEPrint to experiment with refactoring and porting to Qt 4.4 (for KDE 4.1). Decibel and the Plasma "Luna" and "Trash" applets move to kdereview. KSystemLog moves into kdeadmin. Import of Smoke and Ruby Plasma bindings. KDE 3.5.9 and KOffice 1.9.95.3 (KOffice 2 Alpha 6) are tagged for release.

This week's KDE Commit-Digest




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