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=== Google calender support for Akonadi/KOrganizer ===
 
=== Google calender support for Akonadi/KOrganizer ===
 
I don't have sufficient knowledge of the codebase to write up a full blown proposal, but since GSoC is sponsored by google and for KDE, wouldn't this be a perfect project for it? I seen where akondi devs have talked about GCal support, but I haven't seen anything come of it. Full co-operation between kontact and Google apps would be a dream come true -- When I'm forced to use a non-linux box, I could just open up google and everything I need would be there -- from email to calendars to rss feeds. If only GCal supported "Todo"'s.... I suppose the only problem here is if this project would be doable in the constraints of GSoC.
 
I don't have sufficient knowledge of the codebase to write up a full blown proposal, but since GSoC is sponsored by google and for KDE, wouldn't this be a perfect project for it? I seen where akondi devs have talked about GCal support, but I haven't seen anything come of it. Full co-operation between kontact and Google apps would be a dream come true -- When I'm forced to use a non-linux box, I could just open up google and everything I need would be there -- from email to calendars to rss feeds. If only GCal supported "Todo"'s.... I suppose the only problem here is if this project would be doable in the constraints of GSoC.
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This is already being worked on [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/playground/pim/googledata/ here].
  
 
=== KMail HTML support ===
 
=== KMail HTML support ===
  
 
Shouldn't this SoC be based on porting the composer to be based off of WebKit/KHTML with contentEdtiable? It is the only way KMail is ever going to properly support rich email creation.  The current composer is about 5 years behind the times in capabilities because it is based off of QRichTextEdit.
 
Shouldn't this SoC be based on porting the composer to be based off of WebKit/KHTML with contentEdtiable? It is the only way KMail is ever going to properly support rich email creation.  The current composer is about 5 years behind the times in capabilities because it is based off of QRichTextEdit.

Revision as of 21:57, 25 February 2009

Google calender support for Akonadi/KOrganizer

I don't have sufficient knowledge of the codebase to write up a full blown proposal, but since GSoC is sponsored by google and for KDE, wouldn't this be a perfect project for it? I seen where akondi devs have talked about GCal support, but I haven't seen anything come of it. Full co-operation between kontact and Google apps would be a dream come true -- When I'm forced to use a non-linux box, I could just open up google and everything I need would be there -- from email to calendars to rss feeds. If only GCal supported "Todo"'s.... I suppose the only problem here is if this project would be doable in the constraints of GSoC.

Comment by krake: This is already being worked on here.

KMail HTML support

Shouldn't this SoC be based on porting the composer to be based off of WebKit/KHTML with contentEdtiable? It is the only way KMail is ever going to properly support rich email creation. The current composer is about 5 years behind the times in capabilities because it is based off of QRichTextEdit.


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