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KDE has a nice wiki where you can read the required stuff about starting to
2015-01-01 12:00 GMT+01:00 Shalin Shah <shalinshah1993 at gmail.com>:
> I have sent a review request for fixing the Bug 342020 which I reported.
> Yours Sincerely,
> Shalin Shah
> On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 10:50 AM, Shalin Shah <shalinshah1993 at gmail.com>
>> Oh, that sounds great! This means there are lot of work prospects in
>> So, here is one bug, I think, I found.
>> Whenever we hover on on an element group in LEGEDS the elements which
>> belong to this group are faded and the remaining elements remain the same.
>> However, this should actually be reverse - the elements belonging to the
>> hovered group should remain same and other elements should fade away. And
>> when we select some gradient it should be this way since the one I suggest
>> is not so much visible when gradient is selected. But if no gradient is
>> selected, I think it should be other way around.
>> With Regards,
>> Shalin Shah
>> On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 10:03 AM, Christoph Feck <christoph at maxiom.de>
>>> On Thursday 18 December 2014 05:08:34 Shalin Shah wrote:
>>> > That great! My first contribution, though small, to KDE. :)
>>> > Since we are done with this bug now I can try the other bugs and
>>> > add some new features. Now, I can see a lot of bugs in Kalzium at
>>> > https://bugs.kde.org/buglist.cgi
>>> > Now, how can I identify if it has not been fixed or already not
>>> > assigned to someone in the community? I'm asking this because I
>>> > don't want to fix a bug that is already fixed. Also, is there any
>>> > place where I can see some feature requests made by people which
>>> > needs to be included in Kalzium?
>>> > With Regards,
>>> > Shalin Shah
>>> Nice, thanks :)
>>> I looked at the currently open bug reports. Many are about wrong or
>>> missing scientific data; you could research the web for accurate and
>>> up-to-date information and propose changes to the data files.
>>> But working on Kalzium surely is not restricted to bugs. If you have
>>> an idea for an improvement, keep coding ;)
>>> Also, I just finished a first successful compile of the KF5 based port
>>> of Kalzium, but with lots of disabled code (solver, plasmoid, molecule
>>> viewer etc. are all disabled for now). There will be many tasks with
>>> that later on.
>>> Christoph Feck (kdepepo)
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