Asking for a new project
aleixpol at kde.org
Wed Jun 1 01:45:01 BST 2022
There's a big "Fork" button on top here: https://invent.kde.org/graphics/krita/
That said, please coordinate with krita devs to make sure your work is
ever going to reach users.
On Tue, May 31, 2022 at 9:10 AM Bourumir Wyngs <bourumir.wyngs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, KDE team,
> I would like to create the independent fork of Krita that would allow to use all modern features of C++, up till that is supported by the latest GCC release, 12.1 at the time of writing.
> The current Krita development rules are capped by C++11 that is now the ten years old standard. Even that is limited by the lengthy list of restrictions. The rules also require using deprecated features of the Qt framework like Q_FOREACH. I understand the care of the community not to spoil anything and to preserve the beauty of the existing code. This means, radical changes should be done in a form.
> I tried to setup the project on KDE myself (https://invent.kde.org/bourumir/kreed) but for some reason was not able to push Krita code (about 1 Gb) into repository - hangs at the end of the push. It may have something to do with quotas or things the like. It may be that I need more assistance from your side to setup the project. I decided to contact you first before starting the work on GitHub or independent server instead.
> I, the project initiator, am currently 54 year old. I am robotic engineer with very long programming experience, including significant industrial experience with C++. In the past I made notable contribution to GNU Classpath project, providing them a fully functional and interoperable implementation of CORBA. It is obviously sad there are no other contributors so far but I expect some people to come. I also made several contributions for Krita so have some understanding about code base and architecture of this project. My real name is Audrius Meskauskas.
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