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Revision as of 02:20, 11 September 2009

This is an information page about kbluetooth development, which is a continue of the work made by tpatzig in kde-bluetooth.

The official name has been changed to "kbluetooth", leaving deprecated "kbluetooth4" and "kde-bluetooth". The project only contains officially one component named "kbluetooth" which is a systray application that will allow you to do almost everything you may want to do with a bluetooth device.

The release policy is: "Release soon, release often", so you can expect releases in some different small periods, like 1 week or 2. The main reason to have this release policy is because we need A LOT of feedback, and we need it for yesterday, kde have a long way to catch up in bluetooth matter.

Finally, the main goal of this project is become in the near future an official application of KDE desktop, offering with it a high quality bluetooth solution for our favorite desktop environment. If you want read more about how we want do it click here.


Kbluetooth 0.5 Roadmap

This table show the roadmap of 0.5 release, which will be a code-refactoring release, we need to prepare the current code to become in a kde trunk capable one.

Status Project Description Contact
TO DO kbluetooth Revise all files to fixwrong code habits, and identation issues. Prepare the code to kde inclusion Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>
TO DO kbluetooth Add audio device pairing Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>
TO DO kbluetooth Add modem device pairing Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>

Kbluetooth 0.4 Roadmap

The table show the roadmap of 0.4 release, which is a completely revision/fix release, including some important usability bugs fixed.

Status Project Description Contact
DONE kbluetooth Revise/Improve all the needed code to turn kbluetooth in a more solid application. Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>
DONE kbluetooth Be able to configure where the received files are saved Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>
DONE kbluetooth Be able to send more than one file with the same action Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>
DONE kbluetooth Improve the receive files dialog, adding a "Accept all from this device" option Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>
DONE kbluetooth Add support to receive more than one file in the same execution Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>
DONE kbluetooth Be able to choose the received files directory in the receive file dialog Alex Fiestas <alex@eyeos.org>

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