Brian DeRocher brian.derocher at noblis.org
Mon Feb 22 16:53:47 UTC 2016

I have some free time now, and i'd like to work on this.  How do i get started?  I'm not sure i have a KDE LDAP account.


Brian DeRocher, Lead, Noblis
703.610.1589 www.noblis.org
brian.derocher at noblis.org

On 11/04/2015 01:08 PM, Brian DeRocher wrote:
> On 11/04/2015 04:50 AM, Milian Wolff wrote:
>> On Montag, 2. November 2015 14:40:09 CET Brian DeRocher wrote:
>>> Milian,
>>> I'd like to update this code to support https (executebrowserplugin.cpp line
>>> 98) and port other than 80.  Shall or fork on GitHub and send a pull
>>> request or what?
>> Hey Brian,
>> we only accept patches via the KDE infrastructure. kdev-executebrowser is
>> currently not yet on Phabricator, but I could set that up for you if you want
>> to use that.
> Let's do that.
>> Alternatively, please use reviewboard to send in patches:
>> http://reviewboard.kde.org/
>> Worst-case, you can also send us patches via kdevelop-devel at kde.org, our
>> mailing list which I've also CC'ed in this email.
>> Furthermore, please note that we are nowadays working hard on KDevelop 5. I'd
>> really appreciate if someone steps up and adopts kdev-executebrowser and the
>> other web related plugins. They'd need to be ported to Qt5/KF5 amongst other
>> things. We can help you with that, if you are interested. It's a good way to
>> get acquainted with a codebase, I think.
> I've used KDE for like 10 years and supported KDE through Join the Game.  And i would like to contribute code to the project in the future.  But with 2 little kids and my other projects, it's hard. For now, i'd just like to get some patches in.
>> But we also accept patches for the KDE4 version of the plugin, of course.
>> Bye
> Brian DeRocher, Lead, Noblis
> 703.610.1589 www.noblis.org
> brian.derocher at noblis.org

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