Looking for mentor for Project Kalzium

Etienne Rebetez etienne.rebetez at gmail.com
Sat Mar 14 12:25:09 UTC 2015

Hi Souvik

Thanks for the interest in Kalzium. The thing is, there are not really any
developer. I currently just find time to fix some small bugs. It would
however be great to port Kalzium to the new framewok stuff and make the
periodic table with qml. That said, i would't have time to be a proper
mentor. But if you are interested, just go with it, and start coding. No
one is stopping you;)
Last year some student attempted to port kalzium to framwork 5, but all
there is, is an incomplete review (https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/121758/).
I never heard anything back from there. Maybe you could pick it up from


2015-03-10 18:59 GMT+01:00 Souvik Das <souvikdas728 at gmail.com>:

> To
> Etienne,
> and
> Kalzium developers,
> I recently came across the application Kalzium. The different views,
> groupings and properties of the various elements make it all the more
> interesting.
> I was hoping maybe we could work on it and port this application to QML.
> That way, it would have a nice and better designed UI.
> I have previously worked on open source software and have knowledge about
> C++. We can also add some more features to make the app more interesting.
> What are your thoughts?
> Thanks,
> Souvik
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