Start contributing to KmPlot
punit9462 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 27 11:03:27 UTC 2014
It is great that you know C++ and want to contribute in KDE. If you are
interested in contributing math part in KDE-Edu (Analitza, Khipu, KAlgebra
.. ) then you should try to complie and build the applications from the
As Percy pointed out, read the details regarding the project and its scope.
Incase of Khipu, I would recommend you to compile. build and install the
current version of analitza and then follow the same procedure to install
khipu. Try to play with the code, find some bugs and solve them.
You can possibly attend conf.kde.in 2014 if you are interested in
contbuting to KDE and want to know more about the projects like khipu,
analitza, artikulate, KStars etc..
Hope, this helps :)
Looking forward to see you in KDE :)
> Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2014 14:53:30 +0530
> From: Shubham Pansari <pansarishubham2395 at gmail.com>
> To: kde-edu at kde.org
> Subject: Re: Start contributing to KmPlot
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> I am Shubham. Currently I know C++ and C language, before i start working
> on Khipu other than analitza library what else I have to read and from
> where I should start after studying this library.
> Please guide me.
> Shubham Pansari
> On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 1:41 PM, Percy Camilo Trive?o Aucahuasi <
> percy.camilo.ta at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Abhijeet,
> > On 25/01/14 23:55, Abhijeet Nikam wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I am Abhijeet. I went through some KDE applications and I really liked
> >> KmPlot.I wish to start contributing to it. Can I proceed with one of the
> >> minor bugs in the bug list? I know C++ and baiscs of Qt framework.
> >> Can somebody please guide me?
> > ;)
> > Currently we are in the process to replace KmPlot with Khipu:
> > https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/edu/khipu
> > The main idea here is to use a common infrastructure for all kdeedu math
> > applications, you see, now KAlgebra and Khipu are using this library:
> > analitza
> > https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdeedu/analitza
> > You can read the analitza documentation here:
> > http://api.kde.org/4.x-api/kdeedu-apidocs/analitza/html/index.html
> > I think it would be good if you learn analitza first and then define what
> > you want to do:
> > numerical methods?
> > symbolic algebra?
> > improve the math parser?
> > ...
> > Please, note that some of the features you want to implement can belong
> > to analitza's scope (the common infrastructure) or any math application
> > that uses analitza (Khipu or KAlgebra)
> > Finally, you can read some history about in:
> > https://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/proposal/review/
> > google/gsoc2013/punit9462/1?ModPagespeed=noscript
> > https://punit9462.wordpress.com/
> > http://community.kde.org/GSoC/2012/StatusReports#Percy_
> > Camilo_Trive.C3.B1o_Aucahuasi
> > Regards,
> >> Abhijeet
> > Hope you can join us ;)
> > Percy
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