Monthly report - February

4 Mar, 2020 - 1 minutes
Hello, I continued to slowly work o Falkon and also resumed work on Falkon Plugins and once again started to fill Falkon store. I am also slowly investigating / researching Falkon Qml API which should work out of box on all platforms (while some may have problems with Python), the API is insufficient, in other words “there are too many restrictions”. I document my progress at file which can be found in _drafts folder of this repository.

Introducing Tab Counter an extension for Falkon

1 Mar, 2020 - 1 minutes
Introduction Hello, while using Vertical Tabs extensions in Tree Style mode I developed a habit of keeping tabs and only unloading them. This leads Falkon to have hundreds and hundreds of tabs always prepared for me to load. In face of this I became curious about how many tabs there actually are and how many are un/loaded so I developed Tab Counter extension. Let me show you it’s features! Toolbar Button, actually Label The tab count is shown in a toolbar button, which can be moved where user desires is to be.

Monthly report - January

31 Jan, 2020 - 1 minutes
Hello, This was too short but also a very long month. Many things I wanted to do I was unable to and had to push it to the near future. Artix Linux To make information more accessible we prepared RSS feed for our news. You can subscribe at https://artixlinux.org/feed.php Falkon After a long while the bug 409575 (Python plugins don’t load with PySide 5.13) has finally a working with Qt (PySide2) 5.

Monthly report - December

31 Dec, 2019 - 1 minutes
Hello, This month was full of work and I did not have much time to do things which I would love to do. KDevelop Some patches I made (!66, !68, !75) were accepted and will be part of the KDevelop 5.5. Falkon We are still walking on edge when it comes to Python plugin support. The problem is there is probably “only” me who is testing the patch for real to ensure the patch is correct, but since there was no time…

KDevelop - possibly new release coordinator

22 Nov, 2019 - 1 minutes
Hello After many days and weeks of thinking and waiting for better person to appear (nobody appeared) I decided to take the initiative (it took a lot) and try my luck at becoming new KDevelop release coordinator. My reasoning as I mentioned in my mail is that if there was someone better for the job the position would be filled by now. And I wish for KDevelop to be a healthy project which can rival those monsters like MSVS, NetBeans, Eclipse, Atom, MSVC…