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最简单的贡献方式是使用[https://bugs.kde.org/ KDE Bug 管理系统] ('''Bugzilla''')[http://userbase.kde.org/Asking_Questions#Reporting_KDE_Bugs 报告使用KDE时遇到的问题] 。
 
最简单的贡献方式是使用[https://bugs.kde.org/ KDE Bug 管理系统] ('''Bugzilla''')[http://userbase.kde.org/Asking_Questions#Reporting_KDE_Bugs 报告使用KDE时遇到的问题] 。
  
If the application you are using crashes then the '''Dr Konqi''' utility will appear and guide you through the process of reporting the crash.  Learn more by reading  [[Development/Tutorials/Debugging/How_to_create_useful_crash_reports|how to create useful crash reports]].
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如果正在使用的应用程序崩溃,那么工具'''Dr Konqi'''将出现,并引导您报告遇到的崩溃。更多内容,请阅读[[Development/Tutorials/Debugging/How_to_create_useful_crash_reports|如何提交有用的崩溃报告]]
  
 
== Getting Started with Coding ==
 
== Getting Started with Coding ==

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Contents

做出贡献

此页面简要介绍 KDE 开发的不同方面,特别是编程相关的问题,KDE 项目欢迎所有愿意提供帮助的人加入。

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加入KDE开发有许多种方式,分类汇总如下:
文档、翻译、开发、可用性、访问辅助、艺术作品、推广
不会编程?请访问KDE页面 如何参与 获得其它贡献方式。参见: Bugsquad!

新闻和邮件来源

KDE项目的大方向是由实际工作者决定的 - KDE将变成什么样并没有一个统一的计划。

如果想了解当前发生的事,有许多信息来源:

邮件列表
可能是了解 KDE 开发进展的最好方式,归档位于 这里
CommitFilter
获 KDE 中感兴趣领域的代码提交通知。
KDE 提交摘要
每周 KDE 项目源代码提交的摘要。
The Dot
KDE 新闻站点。

报告错误

最简单的贡献方式是使用KDE Bug 管理系统 (Bugzilla)报告使用KDE时遇到的问题

如果正在使用的应用程序崩溃,那么工具Dr Konqi将出现,并引导您报告遇到的崩溃。更多内容,请阅读如何提交有用的崩溃报告

Getting Started with Coding

Getting started at coding for KDE is a matter of finding something to fix, and fixing it. You may want to consult the module overview to help find what you are looking for; once you have fixed something, you will want to send in a patch. If you do that a few times, you may want to apply for a KDE Contributor account so you can improve things directly.

C++

KDE is mostly written in C++. If you are not familiar with C++, you should do at least some work on it. There are a number of good books on C++ - an excellent source is Bruce Eckel's "Thinking in C++", which is available both as a free download and as a printed document. It isn't essential to understand everything before you start in KDE, but you do need to understand basic syntax and operations.

Qt

To become proficient with KDE coding, you should understand the Qt toolkit. If you are not familiar with Qt, you should work through the tutorials included with Qt Reference Documentation.

If you need a gentler introduction to Qt, or would just like an alternative view, then you may wish to look at the The Independent Qt Tutorial (Currently offline due to book contract).

If you prefer to learn Qt by reading a traditional book, take a look at the Books about Qt page. More suggestions on becoming familiar with Qt4 are available How to Learn Qt page.

KDE

A range of information on KDE techniques is available in the tutorial section. Note that some of these tutorials still target KDE3, though they should be at least partly applicable.

You will also find useful information on KDE coding in the FAQs section. This information may also be somewhat dated for KDE4, however much of it is broadly applicable, even outside KDE.

You can also read KDE coding books.

Last, but by no means least, KDE comes with extensive class (Application Programmer Interface) documentation. This is available in the KDE API Reference Manuals section, which also contains a number of useful links on how to write or update the class documentation. You can also generate these on your own machine, or refer to a more up-to-date online version at API Reference.

A more detailed description of the steps above is available in our Programming Guide.

Getting Involved in Bug Hunting and Application Quality

There is a large number of applications within KDE, and not all of them have a maintainer dedicated to managing bugs and generally helping out with all the issues associated with turning some working code into a polished application.

If you are interested in helping out with KDE, but don't know where to start, becoming a member of the KDE Quality Team might appeal to you - see the Quality Team website for more information. Note that you do not need any programming skills to become involved. In particular developers regularly publish so-called Junior Jobs to encourage new contributions.

Of course, you can become involved in bug hunting without being part of the KDE Quality Team - just create yourself an account on the KDE bug tracking system, and start searching / sorting through the bugs. Again, you don't have to have programming skills - it helps the programmers enormously just to have a procedure that allows a bug to be consistently reproduced.

The Bugsquad tries to keep track of bugs in KDE software and make sure that valid bugs are noticed by developers. You do not need any programming knowledge to be in the Bugsquad; in fact it is a great way to return something to the KDE community if you cannot program.

Getting Answers to Your Questions

If your question concerns KDE development, your options are pretty much the same general user ones, with some modifications:

  • Read the Developer FAQ. Many common developer questions have been answered in the KDE Developer FAQ
  • Search/browse KDE websites. A lot of questions can also be answered from the KDE websites, and the documentation included on it. You can search all the KDE websites on the homepage. In addition, you can browse the KDE TechBase website. And if possible, help edit it for clarity, and use the talk page if something is unclear.
  • Search mailing lists. A lot of questions have already been answered on the KDE mailing lists, particular the lists kde-devel, kde2-porting, kde-core-devel, kde-games-devel, kfm-devel and koffice-devel. You can search these lists either at lists.kde.org. You should always search for your answer before asking questions on the mailing lists. When you ask a question on a mailing list you are emailing thousands of people -- please do this only if the answer is not available through a simple search.
  • Search engines. Do not forget about your favorite search engine. One of the best search engines is Google. With Google you can also search the great bulk of Usenet news sites, which is also particularly helpful, especially for general programming and gcc-related questions.

A full list of KDE mailing lists is available here and here.


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