Recent Commits and KDE/Mac

You may have noticed the “Recent Commits” stuff on the left side of the page; you’ll see that there’s a “KDE/Mac” one as well. Yes, I am working on KDE/Mac again. 😉
You can see the subversion repository, it’s basically a container for all the support stuff KDE wants, and the things from the previous CVS repo.
The goal is to push patches to KDE HEAD as quickly as possible, so I’m not gonna bother tracking the real KDE trees in here, I’ll just keep patches. Stay tuned, I’ll let you know when I’ve got something useful. =)

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3 comments to Recent Commits and KDE/Mac

  • OK, and now a more useful comment.
    I think a very worthy side-project would be for someone(s) to make a cool sort of Office selection out of the complete KDE environment – an exercise in constraint (lightweight, useable and complete), package it (make install KISS for poor technically challenged mac users) and keep it up to date.
    If done well, it could give KDE on mac a tremendous boost and get some serious donations going…
    I would even go so far as to charge a little for the installer, a very good trade-off for the mac user’s demands on simplicity. We mac users are spoiled, and most of us don’t have it in us to handle the DIY requirements of FOSS. If someone makes it simple for us, he/she/it deserves our gratitude and support.

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