Move Koko to KDEReview

Nate Graham nate at
Thu Jun 11 05:21:00 BST 2020

+1, I've been using Koko and find it quite pleasant.


On 6/9/20 5:30 AM, Carl Schwan wrote:
> Hi,
> I would like to move Koko, a convergent image viewer, to KDEReview.
> Koko is already shipped in the base Plasma mobile image and I was
> surprised that it was still in playground. The current devs are mostly
> Nicolas, Marco and me.
> Koko is following the KDE HIG and is build using QtQuick and the
> Kirigami framework.
> The repo is located here:
> There is only one know big issue, but it is in the progress of
> being resolved[1].
> In the future, I plan to add a simple image editor that is currently
> being developed as a separate and reusable library. More info about
> it is available in my latest blog post[2].
> I would be happy if it could be reviewed and my goal is to move it to
> the release service, I hope in time for 20.08.
>  From the release sanity checklist:
> * licensing should be ok (LGPL-2.1-only or LGPL-3.0-only or
> LicenseRef-KDE-Accepted-LGPL), but some headers are missing in the
> CMake files :/
> * A file is missing and help would be welcome to figure
> out if Koko need one since translations are regularly being pushed by
> scripty.
> * Screenshot is missing but I plan to add one before the release.
> * CI works and there is a .gitlab-ci.yml file.
> * There is an AppStream file.
> * There is some documentation on userbase:
> I plan to also update it before the next release.
> Carl Schwan
> [1]:
> [2]:

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