KDE Commit-Digest for 10th October 2010

In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Return of the KDE Commit-Digest! Route Guidance mode (with automatic route recalculation based on position) in Marble. A basic UDev backend added in Solid. KFormula "Formula" shape becomes compatible with OpenOffice.org. Support for multiple leading zeros when using sequential renaming in Dolphin. New HolidayRegionSelector widget which allows users to configure which holiday regions to use in KHolidays (kdepimlibs). Various work in kdepim/mobile. Begin of SMIL "send" support in KMPlayer. Feature improvements in Skrooge. New "IMStatus" plugin for Choqok to send status messages to Instant Messenger applications (currently supports Psi and Kopete). KTTSD is renamed "Jovie". PowerDevil version 2 imported into KDE SVN.

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by troy

Danny's back! Now folks, he has a system in place to allow others to help make the digest - so volunteer! :)

Congratulations! It's necessary show the world the good work that KDE Team do.

I didn't understand the return was so near!

Thanks to danny and his awesome tool "Enzyme" even developers with very little time at hands are able to help a bit - although I guess he still does the main work: turning many commit-messages (even if pre-filtered) into a readable text must be a bit like porting assembler code to c++. Manually!
So: great work, Danny!

That's http://enzyme-project.org/ in the general case ;)


A warm "welcome back" for Danny and the Digest - along with the Digesteers, too :)

The KDE Commit-Digest was one of the things that initially drew me to KDE. Every week, I would look forward to read about all cool new features and look at pretty screenshots.

Thanks Danny Allen and all contributors for reviving the Commit-Digest, you rock!

Wow the digest is back, this is great news, you have really made my day

Yay, fantastic work Danny, it's great to see the digest back again. OK peeps, if you enjoy reading it, you know enough to help compile it. The more people who step up to help the less work it will be!

Was there any conclusion reached about any tags the devs can add to the commits to help you out?

Something i'm thinking of adding very shortly.

What would the format of the tag be though?
Others are like BUG:888 or SVN_SILENT...

I guess DIGEST could work, just need to make sure tags are specific enough to be extracted, and not caught in sentences like "We digested the information..."


What about hosting enzyme in the new KDE git repo?

It's something i'll think about (it would certainly make many things much easier, like mailing lists and using the KDE bug tracker), although I see Enzyme as being project-independent where many projects could use the platform as the basis of their own publications, so I thought it makes more sense to do all the project management myself and outside the KDE development sphere.


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