a new site
TRINGALINVENT at libero.it
Sat Oct 1 17:29:25 UTC 2011
There is already a scratch repository, but theorically other people can not
So I'm asking if someone can create a repo in the playground (like here:
Then , after the site will become usable it could be installed on a KDE's
server (like stibium.kde.org) so we will have nice cloud application and an
entire desktop environment, that will make the life easier for all the common
users (something that actually also Google does not have).
>>Da: aacid at kde.org
>>Data: 01/10/2011 13.55
>>A: "LucaTringali"<TRINGALINVENT at libero.it>, "kde-www"<kde-www at kde.org>
>>Ogg: Re: a new site
>>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
>>> will be done using cloud services, also by common users. This means we
>>> 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
>>> 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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>>> kde-www at kde.org
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