[Kexi-devel] RFC: plan for starting the Qt5/KF5 port
staniek at kde.org
Wed Feb 25 08:39:27 UTC 2015
On 25 February 2015 at 01:01, Friedrich W. H. Kossebau <kossebau at kde.org> wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 24. Februar 2015, 12:18:29 schrieb Jaroslaw Staniek:
>> On 24 February 2015 at 11:24, Mario Fux <kde-ml at unormal.org> wrote:
>> > Am Dienstag, 24. Februar 2015, 08.51:56 schrieb Jaroslaw Staniek:
>> >> On 24 February 2015 at 03:55, Friedrich W. H. Kossebau <kossebau at kde.org>
>> >> > To not have people step on each other toes and do conflicting work, I
>> >> > will add a wiki page where people can "take" a product before they
>> >> > start
>> >> > working on making it build (and where I possibly should also dump this
>> >> > plan). Any proposal for the location and name of the wiki page below
>> >> > community.kde.org/Calligra ?
>> >> Wiki tables unless heavily splited to sections are barely interactive.
>> >> Unfortunately (because Kexi should be used for that in the cloud) I
>> >> have to propose a Google docs spreadsheet for real time editing of
>> >> what's done, what's a TODO.
>> > Just a quick idea: What about using share.kde.org with WebODF (KDE's
>> > instance of Owncloud)?
>> Cool but for a spreadsheet structure?
> Sadly not yet there with WebODF. Find us some sponsoring, we WebODF devs will
> happily add it if something gets us bread and butter for doing that instead :)
> For now it would be e.g. EtherCalc or EtherSheet perhaps that could be used.
> Not setup on KDE infrastructure, though. And no real experience myself.
> Still, for things I have in mind here todo.kde.org should be a working match,
That's a different tool, not for a sheets that would for example
support a matrix structure (subdir x porting_aspect).
I am using it just for taking notes about small and large tasks and
sure I would encourage you to use it this way. 
This means: I am no longer using these tables [
https://community.kde.org/Calligra/Schedules/Feature_Plan ] and will
migrate away from them one day.
 And even for tasks, as someone accustomed with JIRA, oh! The tool
has potential to be convenient in next 12 months.
It has no solid option for full r-o public access and lacks support
for development teams - you are lost in a context-less list of all KDE
devs and all projects all the time.
regards, Jaroslaw Staniek
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