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Currently, Amarok and Konversation are testing out git to help with KDE's migration. There are also one or two kde-related projects that have started on [http://gitorious.org/about gitorious] (although this is *not* recommended yet!)
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TODO:
 
TODO:
 
* Explain where to find various kde projects and modules.
 
* Explain where to find various kde projects and modules.
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==Projects already on Gitorious==
 
==Projects already on Gitorious==
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* [http://gitorious.org/amarok Amarok] - KDE's favorite music player.
 
* [http://gitorious.org/amarok Amarok] - KDE's favorite music player.
* [http://gitorious.org/phonon Phonon] - KDE platform's multimedia backend.
 
 
* [http://gitorious.org/konversation Konversation] - an IRC client for KDE.
 
* [http://gitorious.org/konversation Konversation] - an IRC client for KDE.
* [http://gitorious.org/coldstorage ColdStorage] - a backup system designed for external storage.
 
 
* [http://gitorious.org/+kde-developers/qt/kde-qt kde-qt] - KDE’s copy of Qt, containing the latest release, plus patches for Qt that haven’t been accepted (yet) by Qt Software.
 
* [http://gitorious.org/+kde-developers/qt/kde-qt kde-qt] - KDE’s copy of Qt, containing the latest release, plus patches for Qt that haven’t been accepted (yet) by Qt Software.
 
FIXME: Is this a KDE project? Why are permissions not set for kde-developers?
 
FIXME: Is this a KDE project? Why are permissions not set for kde-developers?
* Project Silk Repository http://www.gitorious.org/project-silk We've been working with gitorious as an experiment.
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* [http://www.gitorious.org/project-silk Project Silk] - We've been working with gitorious as an experiment.
See http://gitorious.org/+kde-developers for a more up-to-date list of kde-run projects if this list becomes outdated.
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http://gitorious.org/+kde-developers has a more up-to-date list of kde-run projects. However, that list includes projects that don't use kde frameworks (like KDE developers' personal projects), and experiments, and isn't sorted in any way. We plan to have a better directory of kde-related projects once git.kde.org is up.

Revision as of 16:47, 16 December 2009

Currently, Amarok and Konversation are testing out git to help with KDE's migration. There are also one or two kde-related projects that have started on gitorious (although this is *not* recommended yet!)


TODO:

  • Explain where to find various kde projects and modules.
  • Explain how to clone them.
  • readonly-use guide
  • contributing:
    • quick guide to gitorious website (copy content from amarok) (this should probably be spread between this page and the Pushing one.)

Projects already on Gitorious

  • Amarok - KDE's favorite music player.
  • Konversation - an IRC client for KDE.
  • kde-qt - KDE’s copy of Qt, containing the latest release, plus patches for Qt that haven’t been accepted (yet) by Qt Software.

FIXME: Is this a KDE project? Why are permissions not set for kde-developers?

  • Project Silk - We've been working with gitorious as an experiment.

http://gitorious.org/+kde-developers has a more up-to-date list of kde-run projects. However, that list includes projects that don't use kde frameworks (like KDE developers' personal projects), and experiments, and isn't sorted in any way. We plan to have a better directory of kde-related projects once git.kde.org is up.


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