KDE Frameworks soon 5 years old
Ivana Isadora Devcic
skadinna at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 23:30:25 GMT 2019
thank you for sharing this information!
A Dot story sounds like a great idea. Maybe we can come up with something
even more exciting - there's still enough time until July. For example, the
Onboarding goal could nicely fit into the picture, if we can highlight all
the opportunities and benefits that Frameworks can provide to new
contributors (basically, if we can show how Frameworks make it easier to
start contributing or developing your own apps).
I've created a ticket for this on the Promo board:
This should help us keep track of the task. We can also use the ticket to
collect more ideas for promoting the Frameworks anniversary.
Please feel free to add your comments and suggestions to the ticket.
Den sön 10 mars 2019 kl 22:11 skrev Dominik Haumann <dhaumann at kde.org>:
> Hi everyone,
> the first release of KDE Frameworks was version 5.0, released on 7th of
> July, 2014 , . Since then, the KDE Frameworks libraries were released
> every month as scheduled on time , growing from initially ~60 libraries
> to over 70 well maintained libraries.
> Soon, KDE Frameworks will turn 5 years old with its 5.60th release, likely
> happening in July 2019 (will be the 61th release).
> Is there anyone who wants to prepare a .dot story and maybe even get in
> contact with the Qt marketing to celebrate this a bit?
> What comes to my mind:
> - KDE Frameworks is a set of well-maintained crossplatform C++ libraries
> that extend Qt
> - KDE Frameworks libraries can often be used standalone without any (or
> only a few) dependencies, such as KArchive or KSyntaxHighlighting
> - KDE Frameworks are well-tested  and documented 
> - Transparent licensing
> - KSyntaxHighlighting is used in Qt Creator 
> What I wrote here is obviously not yet a nice dot story :-)
> Any takers?
> Best regards
>  https://kde.org/announcements/kde-frameworks-5.0.php
>  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KDE_Frameworks#Release_history
>  https://build.kde.org/job/Frameworks/
>  https://api.kde.org/frameworks/index.html
>  https://blog.qt.io/blog/2019/02/21/qt-creator-4-9-beta-released/
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