pemboa at gmail.com
Sat Apr 7 02:55:46 UTC 2007
On 4/6/07, Vlad <vladc6 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > I'm a C programmer pretty comfortable with Qt4 and willing to write
> > applications.
> Given your background, you might be interested in improving KDE's
> integration into Fedora. Currently, almost all of the administrative
> applications are based on GTK+, and running these applications inside
> a KDE session isn't memory-efficient, wastes disk space, and leads to
> incompatibilities. Some possible projects include:
> A PyQt / PyKDE frontend to Anaconda:
> Using the Adept GUI installer with RPMs
> Guidance for system administration (display configuration, user
> accounts, disk mountpoints, service configuration, etc):
> KIO FUSE to enable commandline apps to access virtual filesystems set
> up under KDE:
> Making KNetworkManager use KDE Solid hardware interface:
> It would be nice to have a KDE Fedora spin that is fully
> self-sufficient and that doesn't need GTK+ apps. So if you could help
> further this goal, it would be great.
Please don't suggest the recoding of the system-config-tools just for
the sake of using Qt ... or did I misread you?
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