Latte Dock in review phase

Jonathan Riddell jr at
Fri Oct 6 08:47:26 BST 2017

Looks good from a brief look around I did from a packagers point of
view (so not looking at the code).

I'm unsure why it's both a plasmoid and a standalone binary, that
seems superfluous.  Maybe it's for use outwith Plasma.

docs/ directory seems unused

Green build in neon :)


On 4 October 2017 at 22:00, Michail Vourlakos <mvourlakos at> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> we decided to make Latte an active kde project and so now it is in review
> phase. I believe the best place to be is extragear because we would like to
> keep some independence for the first year concerning releases...
> What is Latte Dock?
> Latte is a project that is trying to provide a unified solution concering
> docks and panels for the user. To achieve this it provides,
> the Latte app, a Latte qml library, a Latte containment, a Latte plasmoid, a
> Latte shell that uses plasma shell as base and 2 applets (a separator and a
> specialized spacer)
> for more infos concerning the capabilities of the Latte suite you can find
> at:
> the project before entering the kde infrastructure could be found at:
> in review you can find our 0.7.1 version which is our stable version and the
> plan is that after we succeed in the review phase to release a 0.7.2 version
> only through kde infrastructure...
> regards,
> michail

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