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On the Weekend 5/6.June 2010 a KDE Windows meeting is going to happen at the [http://www.intevation.de Intevation] office in Osnabrück.
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== Proposed Topics ==
*KDAB and Intevations plans on Windows CE, how to utilize Emerge in the best way possible for that task (mostly on Friday between KDAB and Intevation developers)
*Stabilizing the Windows Build-System for the KDE-Windows installer
*Packaging for Windows and other platforms, we are the first KDE initiative to distribute KDE how can we create better packages with help from GNU/Linux KDE developers (maybe someone could prepare a CPack talk?)
*Improve Build Error reporting from Windows builds (related to stabilizing) for the KDE Community
*Get the word out that KDE-Windows is not just a proof of concept and here to stay (Marketing our ideas)
*MinGW32/w64/MSVC which one to focus on?
*How to integrate small, standalone packages for "honeypot" apps like okular or amarok into the KDE-Windows System
*UAC and KDE-Windows, related to get the word out to GNU/Linux developers that Windows NT should be a serious target for KDE
*Improving Emerge, design flaws and ways to overcome them
*identify the last problems in and around dbus (see e.g. http://randomguy3.wordpress.com/2010/06/01/d-bus-threading-issues/)
*Getting patches upstream, decide which patches should be brought upstream
== Results ==
* you shall have no other language before C++.
front: Bernhard Reiter, Andreas Holzammer middle: Patrick von Reth, Ralf Habacker, Romain Pokrzywka, André Heinecke back: Patrick Spendrin, Ilie Halip
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