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- pull in options from kdesktop/minicli.cpp and merge into shell and app runners
- runners, runners and more runners!
- action/verb support
- options slide drawer animation
- fix/improve paging
- options area needs to be cleaned up (it doesn't resize the window properly afterwards, it needs a nice background)
- single runner mode (e.g. "only use this runner for the current query")
- fixed query mode (e.g. "show krunner, but with this query and don't let the user change it")
- nicer user switcher
- install D-Bus autoactivation service
- design docs coverage (workspace/plasma/design/)
- Techbase tutorials for:
- Applet in C++
- Applet in ECMA Script
- Wallpaper plugins
- website overhaul
- General libplasma
- unit tests. (Bertjan Broeksema, bbroeksema)
- api documentation reviews
- Need to implement the math in Phase to update the intervals according to the CurveShape, ala QTimeLine (ask aseigo for more details if you find that cryptic ;)
- add global settings config page, if it exists in the Package (which means adding a pair of entries in packages.cpp for globalconfigui and globalconfigxml), alongside the per-applet ones
- a way to access resources for customization (think: clock faces)
- Corona (QGraphicsScene subclass)
- Zooming: 3-level zooming needs to be supported. 100% == 1 item group at full zoom; 50% == all item groups visible with panning with each item replaced by a simple icon; 10% == all item groups visible without panning, each group replaced by a simple icon and items not painted at all
- Widgets Here is a page describing the nature of these widgets. Widgets still needed that aren't implemented yet are:
- panner widget that shows N QGraphicsViewItems at a time in a fancy manner
- Configuration parameters for sources
- offer quick access to a few starting points including: documentation, the online community, kde tips, configuration, etc.
- each button should show a little help text when clicked along with some links/buttons that the user can click on to go somewhere.
- have an area on it that allows one to enter or create an openid account.
- see Projects/Plasma/Welcome and this image
- ability to hide icons
- show other timezones in a tooltip like in kde3
- unit tests
- Package* class review