[kde-community] Tupi: Open 2D Magic
xtingray at gmail.com
Sun Jan 12 03:37:18 UTC 2014
I guess this is my last message related to this thread. I just want to
say thank you for all your help. Now I guess I can say that officially
Tupi is part of the KDE project :)
2013/12/28 Valorie Zimmerman <valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com>:
> On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 6:46 AM, Aaron J. Seigo <aseigo at kde.org> wrote:
>> On Monday, December 23, 2013 00:14:13 Gustav González wrote:
>>> So guys, what is the next step we should take to join the KDE community?
>> First off: Tupi looks *awesome* .. nicely done :)
>> You’ve probably already seen the KDE Manifesto:
>> That pretty much sums up the commitments and benefits. The big one for Tupi
>> probably is to migrate the home of the primary git repo from github.com to
>> To do that, your developers need to apply for a commit account on
>> https://identity.kde.org/ and then someone should add the Tupi git repository
>> to their scratch area, following the directions here:
>> and then make a sys admin request here:
>> to move the repository to a proper home (probably in extragear, perhaps in
>> artwork?). You can browse the repository structure here:
>> with extragear here:
>> I look forward to seeing Tupi part of the KDE community :)
>> Aaron J. Seigo
> To piggyback on Aaron's good suggestion, there are other ways to
> 'snuggle in' with the KDE community. We have awesome wikis for you to
> use, Community for your own team planning, notes and such, Userbase
> for Handbooks, tutorials, and other user documentation, and Techbase
> for devel documentation.
> You might open a section in the Forums; many users find this the best
> way to ask questions or present their work, and the Tupi community can
> easily run contests, open up threads about sharing of user-created
> graphics and such. I see there is already quite a bit of Krita+Tupi
> action there now. :-) Your existing forums can be moved to the KDE
> infra if you want.
> Do you report bugs on bugs.kde.org? It's an awesome system, and we
> have great bug triagers.
> Have you a list for users and/or developers? Our list system is great,
> with lots of help available to expunge spam, etc.
> Finally, do you want an IRC channel? Join us in #kde-ops to get one set up.
> I'm not suggesting that you do all of these! But these are all options
> that the KDE community has developed to help teams out.
> All the best,
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