david at davidedmundson.co.uk
Fri Nov 5 10:10:38 CET 2010
On Thursday 04 Nov 2010 23:50:24 david at davidedmundson.co.uk wrote:
> Try and get set up using the instructions here:
> A good starting point for documentation is
> In terms of work, there is plenty to be done in the account config setup.
> If you're any good at QML the contact list needs some work (i.e writing).
Forgot to say.
We're normally hanging out in #kde-telepathy, come say hello.
Welcome to the team :-)
> > Hi all,
> > my name is Martin Klapetek and I'm a college student doing a diploma
> > thesis
> > for Red Hat about instant communications in KDE and Fedora, part of which
> > should be coding some stuff for kde-telepathy. Officialy I'm supposed to
> > start from February, but of course I want to dive in as soon as possible
> > (and I can't wait! :), but I'm still finishing some work on digiKam (few
> > bigger tasks), which I'd like to finish first (about two-three weeks).
> > But in the meantime, I'd like to get myself familiar as much as possible
> > with current kde-telepathy. I've read the Telepathy specs on
> > freedesktop.org,
> > I've gone through http://community.kde.org/Telepathy and I'm also
> > familiar with how to build the code. But to speed things up a little,
> > could someone please give me some brief overview about the kde-telepathy
> > design/architecture etc? Also, what would be the best place to start
> > looking
> > into the code?
> > Thanks!
> > Marty
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