a new site
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Sat Oct 1 11:55:19 UTC 2011
A Divendres, 30 de setembre de 2011, LucaTringali vàreu escriure:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm Luca Tringali, and I want to propose an idea I had some days ago.
> First of all think about the fact that in a near future the main operations
> will be done using cloud services, also by common users. This means we need
> to reinvent many applications as web-based ones. For this reason I thought
> about a version of KDE built as web application: I started programming
> that a programmer wrote an entire toolkit (www.carto.net) with SVG+JS, and
> it's working really fine.
> You can find my work here:
> I called the project "Stibium" (for some other informations give a look at
> the file about.html or simply click on the blinking KDE logo at the login
> screen). Actually it's just a draft, but some things work: for example, I
> started writing an implementation for UbuntuOne APIs, and if you have an
> UbunuOne account, you can login into Stibium and open the filemanager
> clicking on the KDE logo. And I'm also working on a good menu.
> Theorically it can be estended easily writing applications (I'm working on a
> file manager, a mediaplayer, and a document visualizer): since a window is
> created with a big iframe element, an application is just a web document
> (you can use any programming language, but I strongly recommend SVG+JS).
> It needs a server with PHP and OAuth. As client, I think Firefox is the
> better option (because webKit has some troubles with the iframe).
> So, I wanted to know what do you think about this project, and if it could
> be possible to create a repository on the official KDE playground, so
> someone else can help me programming.
You can at least create a scratch repository yourself, those can be
automatically created, not sure others can commit to your own scratch repo
> If you have any doubt, please ask me.
> Luca Tringali
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