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Akademy 2017 Call for Papers deadline is this Monday!

I'm sure you're working on some amazing things you want to let the community
know about, so head to
<a href="https://akademy.kde.org/2017/cfp" title="https://akademy.kde.org/2017/cfp">https://akademy.kde.org/2017/cfp</a>

And submit your proposal!

Cheers,
Albert

KDE Frameworks 5.33.0 released

08th April 2017. KDE today announces the release of KDE Frameworks 5.33.0.

KDE Frameworks are 70 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of·
commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested·
libraries with friendly licensing terms.

imagewriter in kdereview

Please review imagewriter which I've just had moved to kdereview.

It's a simple tool to write ISO images to a USB key. It should be
cross platform and work on Linux, mac, windows.

It's based on ROSA Image Writer and the ROSA maintainer has agreed to
maintain it in KDE. Compared to ROSA I've switched to i18n and used
kauth and made the ROSA branding optional.

Scarlett has started making an AppImage for it although I don't know
if it'll work with KAuth
<a href="https://github.com/appimage-packages/imagewriter/issues/1" title="https://github.com/appimage-packages/imagewriter/issues/1">https://github.com/appimage-packages/imagewriter/issues/1</a>

Jonathan

karchive and QSaveFile

I'm trying to make Krita use QSaveFile instead of the home-grown
mess of temporary files that get copied over the original file
after saving succeeded. The problem is that Krita, like Calligra,
uses KArchive.

Jenkins-kde-ci: kdelibs KDE-4.14 latest-qt4 » Linux,gcc - Build # 74 - Unstable!

GENERAL INFO

BUILD UNSTABLE
Build URL: <a href="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/74/" title="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/74/">https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux...</a>
Project: PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc
Date of build: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 12:20:43 +0000
Build duration: 28 min

CHANGE SET
Revision ff6a9a25c6fb7358460d4ae2164313a4e58a514b by rakuco: (khtml: Delete pointer _before_ returning.)
change: edit khtml/ecma/kjs_html.cpp

JUNIT RESULTS

Name: (root) Failed: 3 test(s), Passed: 160 test(s), Skipped: 0 test(s), Total: 163 test(s)Failed: TestSuite.kdecore-kservicetestFailed: TestSuite.kdecore-ksycocathreadtestFailed: TestSuite

Jenkins-kde-ci: kdelibs KDE-4.14 stable-qt4 » Linux,gcc - Build # 75 - Unstable!

GENERAL INFO

BUILD UNSTABLE
Build URL: <a href="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/75/" title="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/75/">https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux...</a>
Project: PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc
Date of build: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 12:20:43 +0000
Build duration: 23 min

CHANGE SET
Revision ff6a9a25c6fb7358460d4ae2164313a4e58a514b by rakuco: (khtml: Delete pointer _before_ returning.)
change: edit khtml/ecma/kjs_html.cpp

JUNIT RESULTS

Name: (root) Failed: 5 test(s), Passed: 158 test(s), Skipped: 0 test(s), Total: 163 test(s)Failed: TestSuite.kfile-kdiroperatortestFailed: TestSuite.kio-clipboardupdatertestFailed: TestSuit

QProcess::startDetached and bash stdout capture

I need help with a shell and child process issue.

To show a progressbar with kdialog, the usage is like this:

dbusRef=`kdialog --progressbar "Initialising" 6`
qdbus $dbusRef Set org.kde.kdialog.ProgressDialog value 1
etc.

i.e.

KDE Frameworks 5.32.0 released

11th March 2017. KDE today announces the release of KDE Frameworks 5.32.0.
(this time for real -- last time it was in fact 5.31 with a bug in the version in the announcement email...)

KDE Frameworks are 70 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of·
commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested·
libraries with friendly licensing terms.

Communication with Phabricator upstream

Hi everyone,

Just repeating my last email on this subject as it seems some folks
have missed the previous memo.

All issues with Phabricator should be logged at
<a href="https://phabricator.kde.org/tag/phabricator/" title="https://phabricator.kde.org/tag/phabricator/">https://phabricator.kde.org/tag/phabricator/</a> - not with upstream.

This is being done to avoid duplicate tasks, and to allow us to
communicate on a whole of project basis the things we consider
important. This helps simplify things for upstream.

Thanks,
Ben Cooksley
KDE Sysadmin

projects/kde/workspace/plasma-vault: Move Plasma Vault to (Plasma) Workspace

Git commit b8559f750bfa648ebae4a26882b2a64f07ae3094 by Ben Cooksley.
Committed on 07/03/2017 at 06:24.
Pushed by bcooksley into branch 'master'.

Move Plasma Vault to (Plasma) Workspace
Fixes T5335
CCMAIL: <a href="mailto:release- ... at kde dot org">release- ... at kde dot org</a>
CCMAIL: <a href="mailto:kde-core- ... at kde dot org">kde-core- ... at kde dot org</a>
CCMAIL: <a href="mailto:plasma- ... at kde dot org">plasma- ... at kde dot org</a>

R +0 -0 projects/kde/workspace/plasma-vault/i18n.json [from: projects/kdereview/plasma-vault/i18n.json - 100% similarity]
R +1 -1 projects/kde/workspace/plasma-vault/metadata.yaml [from: projects/kdereview/plasma-vault/metadata.yaml - 084% similarity]

<a href="https://commits.kde.org/sysadmin/repo-metadat" title="https://commits.kde.org/sysadmin/repo-metadat">https://commits.kde.org/sysadmin/repo-metadat</a>

Migration of Download Infrastructure: Please check your applications

Hi all,

Sysadmin have now completed the migration of our file distribution
systems, download.kde.org and files.kde.org, to a new server.

Project Releases: Infrastructure Migration

Hi everyone,

To allow for Sysadmin to migrate the primary host for download.kde.org
and files.kde.org to another server (with significantly more disk
space) we'll need to make both of those read only for a period of time
this weekend.

During this period, it will not be possible to add/remove files to
those trees - which means projects will not be able to make releases.

To the knowledge of Sysadmin, this does not affect the release of any
project, however anyone who had plans should please contact us
immediately.

Regards,
Ben Cooksley
KDE Sysadmin

Phabricator updated

Hi all,

Over the weekend we've updated our Phabricator instance to the latest
stable version. This has brought in a few changes which you may wish
to check out - including the ability to customise the global home menu
and setup a favourites menu for yourself to access frequently used
functions.

As the global items setup by Sysadmin cannot be overridden by users,
i've only setup a very basic set of items for everyone to use.

For those who use Arcanist, now would be a good time for you to ensure
you are running the latest stable version as well.

Branching retrospective question re KDE frameworks 5.x work from 2011 onwards.

In 2011, something bubbled to SlashDot from this community.

<a href="https://tech.slashdot.org/story/11/08/07/2128222/KDE-Frameworks-50-In-Development" title="https://tech.slashdot.org/story/11/08/07/2128222/KDE-Frameworks-50-In-Development">https://tech.slashdot.org/story/11/08/07/2128222/KDE-Frameworks-50-In-De...</a>

TL;DR: what branching strategy to adopt for the KDE 5.x work, given
a wish to:
1) stay abreast of 4.x fixes/releases,
and 2) not make the mistakes of the 3.x to 4.x effort (whatever they were).

May I ask what actually happened re branching, merging, cherry picks
(back and forth) and all that, and what veterans think about it all
looking back?

This is really a question for posterity.

Communication with Phabricator upstream

Hi all,

To help simplify things for Phabricator upstream, they've asked that
only a couple of people bring things to their attention (including
filing tasks). This helps them with figuring out our priorities as a
project in regards to usage of Phabricator.

Please therefore file all issues / etc you hit regarding Phabricator
on our own instance, tagging them with the project "Phabricator".

At the moment i'm the one liasing with them primarily, although i'll
be looking to bring one or two others on board soonish.

Thanks,
Ben

Plasma Vault is in kdereview

Hi all,

I'm announcing that Plasma Vault is in the review phase - you can get
it from kde:plasma-vault or with kdesrc-build plasma-vault.

Plasma Vault is a system for easy creation of encrypted data storage
(not for whole system encryption - we have distribution installers for
that).

It is consisted of:
- kded daemon that handles most of the logic
- Plasma applet to provide the UI

Features:
- Supports encfs and cryfs (more to come later)
- Vaults can be limited to certain activities (automatically closing
when you leave the activity it belongs to)

More info at [1] and [2]

Cheers,
Ivan

KDE Frameworks 5.32.0 released

11th February 2017. KDE today announces the release of KDE Frameworks 5.32.0.

KDE Frameworks are 70 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of·
commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested·
libraries with friendly licensing terms.

Longer holidays Feb-Aug

Hey,

just a short notice. From Feb to Aug. I won't be available very much at
computer, because I'll do a longer holiday in South France. I'll still will
answer mails, but not as fast as currently and I won't nearly do any
programming.

Best Regards,

sandro

Draft Policy: Dependency Changes and CI

Hi devs,

this month, a heated exchange on kde-core-devel about a dep
change breaking CI has moved us to draft a new policy to better
handle situations like this in the future.

While not "law", the policy _strongly_ suggests some guidelines
forming a quid-pro-pro protocol between developers and sysadmin
when it comes to making software dependency changes that impact
provisioning of the CI system.

KDE Frameworks 5.30.0 released

14th January 2017. KDE today announces the release of KDE Frameworks 5.30.0.

KDE Frameworks are 70 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of·
commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested·
libraries with friendly licensing terms.

As Google Code-in ends, time to plan for Google Summer of Code

I've just finished preparing the new Ideas page for 2017:
<a href="https://community.kde.org/GSoC/2017/Ideas" title="https://community.kde.org/GSoC/2017/Ideas">https://community.kde.org/GSoC/2017/Ideas</a>

It is basically the same as every other year, and has no previous
ideas on it. If you or your project plan to present a former idea
again, click on the 2016 Ideas link, and copy/paste it into the 2017
page as soon as possible.

Of course, new ideas are welcome as well, as long as there are mentors
available. We'll remove ideas with no mentor listed. Please ensure
that there is contact information for each mentor.

*Please* do no maintain a separate Ideas page which you present to
students.

Re: CI Requirements - Lessons Not Learnt?

How much work would it be to allow contributors to upload new versions
to the CI? In openSUSE, for example, we have separate repos that contain
new package versions that are not yet in standard distribution
repositories, and so are able to build and deploy unstable versions for
practically all packages.

Jenkins-kde-ci: kdelibs KDE-4.14 latest-qt4 » Linux,gcc - Build # 67 - Unstable!

GENERAL INFO

BUILD UNSTABLE
Build URL: <a href="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/67/" title="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/67/">https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux...</a>
Project: PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc
Date of build: Sat, 07 Jan 2017 18:51:33 +0000
Build duration: 31 min

CHANGE SET
Revision 112dff99105c304c088348ed549ef55ae75e12a9 by Albert Astals Cid: (Prepare for 4.14.28)
change: edit CMakeLists.txt
change: edit cmake/modules/KDE4Defaults.cmake
change: edit README

JUNIT RESULTS

Name: (root) Failed: 1 test(s), Passed: 162 test(s), Skipped: 0 test(s), Total: 163 test(s)Failed: TestSuite.kptyprocesstest

COBERTURA RES

CI Requirements - Lessons Not Learnt?

Hi all,

It seems that my previous vocal complaints about system level /
serious impact dependency bumps on the CI system have gone completely
unnoticed by (some) members of our Community.

This was demonstrated earlier this week when components of Plasma
bumped their version requirements for XKBCommon and Appstream-Qt -
without even a thought about notifying Sysadmin or checking which
version the CI had, until their builds broke.

Neither of these is easy to fix at this stage, as the system base is
now too old to receive updates such as these.

announcement: plymouth-kcm in kdereview

Hi all,
announcing a new KCM module to change the plymouth splash screen
The repository is named plymouth-kcm and is headed for kdereview now.
its final resting place would be the workspace area, to be released in sync
with the rest of Plasma

Replacement of notes.kde.org

Hi all,

Sysadmin is currently in the process of testing and evaluating
Collabora Online (CODE) as a replacement for notes.kde.org. We've
enabled this on share.kde.org.

It would be appreciated if people please test it out - anyone who is a
Developer, member of the e.V, or Visual Design Group should be able to
login on share.kde.org. Please send your feedback to this thread.

We've already figured out a process for exporting all data from
notes.kde.org, and will look to do this once initial testing is
finished - ideally this would happen a day or two after New Years.

Thanks,
Ben

Scheduled downtime: spring.kde.org

Hi all,

I'm scheduling downtime of a few hours for tomorrow (28th December),
from 9am NZDT (UTC+13) for the server spring.kde.org. This is to allow
for a system upgrade to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

What's kde-core-devel for?

In the old days it had kdelibs development discussion but not that that has
moved over to kde-frameworks-devel, waht's kde-core-devel for?

Can we kill it and move parts of it to kde-devel and other parts maybe to
release-team (like adding new software to releases and such)?

What do people that read this list think?

Cheers,
Albert

KDE Frameworks 5.29.0 released

12th December 2016. KDE today announces the release of KDE Frameworks 5.29.0.

KDE Frameworks are 70 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of·
commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested·
libraries with friendly licensing terms.

Please cleanup your scratch and clone repositories

Hi all,

To help Sysadmin assess how these types of repositories would be used
under Phabricator, it would be appreciated if everyone could please
cleanup the scratch and clone repositories they're no longer using and
have no need to keep.

You can get a list of repositories you have by visiting
<a href="https://cgit.kde.org/" title="https://cgit.kde.org/">https://cgit.kde.org/</a> or by running the below command and filtering
appropriately using your favourite tools.

ssh <a href="mailto: ... at git dot kde.org"> ... at git dot kde.org</a> info

Once you've determined the repositories to remove, they can be removed
by running the following two commands:

ssh <a href="mailto: ... at git dot kde.org"> ... at git dot kde.org</a> D unlock scratch/username/reponame

Discontinuing repository tarballs

HI all,

As of late Sysadmin has been assessing what components of our
infrastructure are in active use and should be maintained going
forward.

As part of this it has come to our attention that the repository
tarballs offered by our anongit network (tar.gz files of our
repositories essentially) are effectively unused - with only 19 hits
being received by one mirror in the space of a week.

These tarballs are generated by cronjob once per week, and are
effectively a duplicate copy of the repositories which must be held by
each anongit.

Discontinuing Qt mirror

Hi all,

For sometime now, Sysadmin has maintained a mirror of Qt on
anongit.kde.org. It has been some time now however since Qt's
infrastructure was hosted on the partly unreliable Gitorious systems,
and therefore the need for the mirror has passed.

Therefore we'd like to discontinue the mirror - in part because
Phabricator does not support directories for repositories, and
requires everything be at top level.

Review Request 129526: RFE: kwallet-pam should use XDG_RUNTIME_DIR instead of /tmp for the socketPath

Review request for KDE Base Apps.

Bugs: 365722
<a href="https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=365722" title="https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=365722">https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=365722</a>

Repository: kwallet-pam

Description
Most recent Linux distributions setup a per-user XDG_RUNTIME_DIR as a tmpfs, which is also tied to their session lifecycle.

Review Request 129518: Konqueror: restore "Default web browser engine" setting

Review request for KDE Base Apps and David Faure.

Repository: konqueror

Description
This settings was originally commented out in the sources, requiring a port to Qt5.

Review Request 129448: Dolphin Part: Fix problem with Konqueror paste action

Review request for Dolphin and KDE Base Apps.

Bugs: 369523
<a href="https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=369523" title="https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=369523">https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=369523</a>

Repository: dolphin

Description
When Konqueror is being used as a file manager, the enable state of its "paste" action is not being correctly updated when changing to or showing a new directory.

Review Request 129423: keditbookmarks: add standard icons and shortcuts to Undo/Redo actions

Review request for KDE Base Apps.

Repository: keditbookmarks

Description
These actions are created by QUndoStack in order that it can manage the action text. However, this means that they do not get the standard KDE action icon or shortcuts set.

KDE Frameworks 5.28.0 released

15th November 2016. KDE today announces the release of KDE Frameworks 5.28.0.

KDE Frameworks are 70 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of·
commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested·
libraries with friendly licensing terms.

Dropping kdelibs4-based applications in KDE Applications 17.12

Hi, my proposal would be to make KDE Applications 17.08 the last release we
accept applications based on kdelibs4, that means people have a year until KDE
Applications 17.12 to port the applications from the list below to KF5.

The ones that aren't ported we would just drop to unmaintained or if they have
an active developer team that somehow doesn't want to move to KF5 they could
move to "extreagear".

I know lots of you would want to see this happen *now* but remember there's
people using those apps so dropping them makes them no good.

Comments?

Cheers,
Albert

jovie
juk
kaccessib

Review Request 129366: Use QTEST_GUILESS_MAIN

Review request for KDE Base Apps and David Faure.

Repository: keditbookmarks

Description
Allowing the test to pass without a running X server.

Diffs
src/kbookmarkmodel/tests/kbookmarkmodeltest.cpp cdbeca6

Diff: <a href="https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/129366/diff/" title="https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/129366/diff/">https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/129366/diff/</a>

Testing
Builds, test still passes.

Thanks,

Heiko Becker

Jenkins-kde-ci: kdelibs KDE-4.14 stable-qt4 » Linux,gcc - Build # 63 - Unstable!

GENERAL INFO

BUILD UNSTABLE
Build URL: <a href="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/63/" title="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/63/">https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux...</a>
Project: PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc
Date of build: Sun, 06 Nov 2016 23:12:16 +0000
Build duration: 43 min

CHANGE SET
Revision 14ff2e75a54c4fb713cdc97c582f7cc312597095 by Albert Astals Cid: (Prepare for 4.14.26)
change: edit CMakeLists.txt
change: edit cmake/modules/KDE4Defaults.cmake
change: edit README

JUNIT RESULTS

Name: (root) Failed: 2 test(s), Passed: 161 test(s), Skipped: 0 test(s), Total: 163 test(s)Failed: TestSuite.kdecore-ksycocathreadtestFaile

Jenkins-kde-ci: kdelibs KDE-4.14 latest-qt4 » Linux,gcc - Build # 62 - Unstable!

GENERAL INFO

BUILD UNSTABLE
Build URL: <a href="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/62/" title="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/62/">https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux...</a>
Project: PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc
Date of build: Sun, 06 Nov 2016 23:12:16 +0000
Build duration: 42 min

CHANGE SET
Revision 14ff2e75a54c4fb713cdc97c582f7cc312597095 by Albert Astals Cid: (Prepare for 4.14.26)
change: edit cmake/modules/KDE4Defaults.cmake
change: edit CMakeLists.txt
change: edit README

JUNIT RESULTS

Name: (root) Failed: 2 test(s), Passed: 161 test(s), Skipped: 0 test(s), Total: 163 test(s)Failed: TestSuite.kdecore-ksycocathreadtestFaile

Review Request 129340: Make building drkonqi optional

Review request for KDE Runtime and Rex Dieter.

Repository: kde-runtime

Description
The KF5 version of drkonqi works fine with KDE4 applications, as long as it is installed where KStandardDirs can find it. Make building the KDE4 version optional.

Review Request 129208: Fix KUrl::isRelativeUrl to allow all RFC3986 characters in scheme.

Review request for kdelibs.

Repository: kdelibs

Description
RFC3986 defines the following syntax for URI schemes
scheme = alpha *( alpha | digit | "+" | "-" | "." )

The '.' was missing which leaded to the problem that
xdg-open opc.tcp://localhost didn't work.

Background:
xdg-open calls kde-open which then uses KUrl and so leaded to this
problem.

Test your applications on Wayland

Hello KDE application developers,

with Plasma 5.8 we have reached a quite solid state in the Wayland porting
efforts. A state where you can start to test whether your application works
correctly on Wayland. Normally your application should just work, but if not
we need to know it before we start pushing Wayland to a wider audience.

So please start to test your application, Test it completely, even the most
obscure functionality.

If you hit a bug, please report it against product kwin, component wayland-
generic.

Jenkins-kde-ci: kdelibs KDE-4.14 latest-qt4 » Linux,gcc - Build # 55 - Unstable!

GENERAL INFO

BUILD UNSTABLE
Build URL: <a href="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/55/" title="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/55/">https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20latest-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux...</a>
Project: PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc
Date of build: Mon, 10 Oct 2016 06:09:59 +0000
Build duration: 1 hr 34 min

CHANGE SET
Revision 24973f968a599ebee103f8e2daa5c60bbfe4018e by scripty: (SVN_SILENT made messages (.desktop file))
change: edit plasma/tests/testcontainmentactionsplugin/plasma-containmentactions-test.desktop
change: edit kparts/tests/notepad.desktop
change: edit knotify/tests/knotifytest.notifyrc
change: edit kio/misc/kmailservice.desktop

JUNI

Jenkins-kde-ci: kdelibs KDE-4.14 stable-qt4 » Linux,gcc - Build # 56 - Unstable!

GENERAL INFO

BUILD UNSTABLE
Build URL: <a href="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/56/" title="https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc/56/">https://build.kde.org/job/kdelibs%20KDE-4.14%20stable-qt4/PLATFORM=Linux...</a>
Project: PLATFORM=Linux,compiler=gcc
Date of build: Mon, 10 Oct 2016 06:09:59 +0000
Build duration: 1 hr 33 min

CHANGE SET
Revision 24973f968a599ebee103f8e2daa5c60bbfe4018e by scripty: (SVN_SILENT made messages (.desktop file))
change: edit kio/misc/kmailservice.desktop
change: edit plasma/tests/testcontainmentactionsplugin/plasma-containmentactions-test.desktop
change: edit kparts/tests/notepad.desktop
change: edit knotify/tests/knotifytest.notifyrc

JUNI

KDE Frameworks 5.27.0 released

08th October 2016. KDE today announces the release of KDE Frameworks 5.27.0.

KDE Frameworks are 70 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of·
commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested·
libraries with friendly licensing terms.

Review Request 129121: [konqueror] Ability to navigate with mouse back/forward buttons

Review request for KDE Base Apps and David Faure.

Repository: kde-baseapps

Description
^^

Diffs
konqueror/src/konqmainwindow.cpp d92a771

Diff: <a href="https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/129121/diff/" title="https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/129121/diff/">https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/129121/diff/</a>

Testing

Thanks,

Anthony Fieroni

ECM Breakage: Compilation failure for GCC

Hi all,

It appears that commit 4b8e8dcc8856d8f438860783e7641d02d1c05630 to ECM
broke the whole CI system for all Qt 5 / Frameworks builds.

I've therefore reverted it.

Regards,
Ben Cooksley
KDE Sysadmin

announcement: Kwave is in kdereview

Hello,

according to
<a href="https://community.kde.org/Policies/Application_Lifecycle#Stage_2:_Stable" title="https://community.kde.org/Policies/Application_Lifecycle#Stage_2:_Stable">https://community.kde.org/Policies/Application_Lifecycle#Stage_2:_Stable</a>
I hereby announce the move of Kwave to "kdereview", on it's way to
"kdemultimedia".

Kwave is a sound editor built on KF5 and exists since November 1998. I
am the maintainer of that project since ~2000 and still actively working
on it.

Currently Kwave is in "kdereview" (for quite a while) and my initial
intention was to get it into KEG.

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