Micha=EBl Larouche wrote:
> Le Vendredi 10 Mars 2006 11:10, Dominic Genest a =E9crit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> I would really like to get involved in KDE developement. I got
>> professionnal full-time experience with QT4 since it came out (and QT3 l=

ong
>> before), and I use C++ since many years. I read the KDE developer's corn=

er
>> page, subscribed to this mailing list but I still wonder what's the best
>> way do begin doing concrete things for KDE4. What is possible for a kde
>> developement newby ? I understand people probably don't start coding in
>> kdelibs right away, but what is the normal process ?
>>
>> Do anyone need help developing for an application ?
>>
>> Thanks a lot !
>>
>> Sorry if this is not the right place to ask, I'm just kind of lost !
>>
>> Dom

> =


> Neat, another Quebec folk
> =


> The normal process is to find a project that you like, lookings for a bug=

or a =

> small feature, do it and submit a patch to their developers.
> =


> Right now in KDE4, it's kdelibs who need the most developers. Examples of=

task =

> are removing Qt3 support.
> One task that I see is writting the new KListView classes using Interview =


> framekwork. There is a TODO in kdelibs for more kdelibs tasks.

Where is it? I would like to know how the development of the new kdelibs =

is going.

> Also Plasma and Solid projects are always looking for more developers. =


> See their site:
> http://solid.kde.org/
> http://plasma.kde.org/


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