[Marketing] Qt Project and aKademy 2012
sivan at omniqueue.com
Tue Apr 24 21:05:23 CEST 2012
On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 6:59 PM, Quim Gil <quim.gil at nokia.com> wrote:
> On 04/20/2012 11:37 AM, ext Laszlo Papp wrote:
>> I would be glad to attend, and help with that. I have put a lot of
>> effort into that mission (organizing KDE Harmattan Sprint last
>> November in Berlin, had a talk about the topic in question at FOSDEM
>> this year, packaged the kdelibs and kde-runtime stack with the
>> Community OBS, written documentation and so forth).
>> You can find the already ported and working KDE applications (along
>> with other useful information) on the following link:
> Great! Thank you for offering your help.
I'd join Laszlo and assist him , as I missed the KDE harmattan sprint
it could be nice to get in the action ;).
> Jürgen Bocklage-Ryannel is helping us finding the right content and
> partner(s) for this training workshop. I believe we need to find the
> right balance between Qt 4 mobile/touch here-and-now and Qt 5. Or
> perhaps even make to independent but complementary modules, dunno.
I'd love to lean more about C++/QML aka 'extending QML' - farely
advanced and not so known perhaps? Modyfying modifying parent objects
up the object tree to mass-add functionality to an existing QML /
Widget code, we could make it tutorial/training title "Getting even
more from Qt" for those KDE developers who want to push the limits
Also interesting would be to know all about QPA, a tutorial about that
would be nice. An introduction to developing KDE apps with Qt5 could
be nice for new community members wanting to give their share of KDE
hacking, but as Thiago said- perhaps there are no people in aKademy
who does not know how to develop KDE apps? ;)
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