KDE Commit-Digest for 28th November 2010

In this week's KDE Commit-Digest:

  • Non-destructive editing (with an interface fully adapted to versioning) arrives in Digikam, along with work on demosaicing and interpolation options, and filters
  • Drag-and-drop support for launchers, and version 4 of the SlimGlow theme in Plasma
  • User interface improvements in KFileAudioPreview
  • Better use of native file dialogs on the Maemo 5 and Windows CE platforms
  • First (incomplete) version of a settings dialog for the message list, and a variety of message sorting options in KMail Mobile
  • Loading of cover art from MusicBrainz in Tellico
  • Various new features in Skrooge
  • Lots of work to improve import filters in KOffice
  • Continued work in the Muon Package Manager (particularly on the History view), and on new mimetype icons in Oxygen
  • Nepomukshell moves from kdereview to extragear
  • Better support for running Kst on Mac OSX
  • The Git Dolphin plugin can now be used on any supported KDE platform
  • Nepomuk "Web Extractor" moves to Git.

Read the rest of the Digest here.

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Working on MSOffice import filters can't be all that much fun, so to see so much work going in to them is great news.

As always: Thank you Danny and the rest of the Commit Digest team.

Wow, the behaviour of KMail's system tray has apparently been fixed after all this time. I can't even begin to express how happy that makes me - that alone should make that PIM/KDE release a highlight for me.
Thanks go out to everyone involved!

I have been in trouble with filters, KOffice my fav.
Improving import filters has decreased process time up to %70 in my teknoloji website, that uses KOffice.