KDE Telepathy in GSoC 2012

We had several good proposals related to KDE Telepathy for Google Summer of Code 2012, but unfortunately we only got 2 slots! But hey, we got 2 slots! That’s great! :D Thanks to Google for organising and sponsoring it. The first accepted project is “Message Filtering Plugin System” by Lasath Fernando (shocklateboy92), the author of … [...]

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QtDbus peer-to-peer support and other good news

I’ve been really busy, so I was unable to blog for a while… And I’m still really busy, so this is just a quick update about what happened in the last few days. My merge request was finally merged in Qt master and finally QTBUG-186 is resolved. It took more than one … [...]

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Telepathy-KDE: Questions and Answers

If you are reading this post is probably because you have questions about “Telepathy-KDE”… I’m sorry, you won’t find the answers here, yet. But since you are here… We want you to contribute the Q&A with your questions! (yeah, I must admit this is cheating) I just came home from the Telepathy-KDE Sprint and I’m … [...]

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GSoC Project Summary: Telepathy Tubes and File Transfer in KDE

First of all an important note: KTelepathy is still in active development and there is still a huge amount of tasks to finish before the first real “preview release” (any help is welcome). A telepathy sprint is planned for september, so we’ll probably see a lot of progress soon! The classes I wrote … [...]

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GSoC Update: DBusTubes work!

“D-Bus Tubes allow you to share a private D-Bus bus between two or more clients, proxied over Telepathy.” Basically this means that your client can create a dbus object and share its methods and signals with a client run by your contact (you can find more information here). Here at Akademy in Tampere we fixed … [...]

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