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    Phoronix: KDE Plasma Planning Browser Integration, Possible Touchpad Gestures

    Key developers of KDE's Plasma team met last month in Stuttgart. More details on this Plasma developer meeting have now come to light...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...art-2017-Plans

  • #2
    Typo:

    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    Those wokring on the KDE Plasma Mobile

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    • #3
      mmm nice
      it seems that kde development is getting faster nowdays

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      • #4
        I still don't get why there are only real obsolete Plasma Mobile x86 images...

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        • #5
          KDE really needs a nice, integrated qt5 browser now that rekonq development is dead. Otter is pretty buggy and it's a real pain in the ass building qupzilla from source since they don't provide packages for any distro.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by molecule-eye View Post
            KDE really needs a nice, integrated qt5 browser now that rekonq development is dead. Otter is pretty buggy and it's a real pain in the ass building qupzilla from source since they don't provide packages for any distro.
            openSUSE has qupzilla packages in the KDE:Extra repository. Both for Leap and Tumbleweed. Look:
            rpm -qi qupzilla
            Name : qupzilla
            Version : 2.1.0
            Release : 47.1
            Architecture: x86_64
            Install Date: Tue Feb 7 09:56:35 2017
            Group : Productivity/Networking/Web/Browsers
            Size : 11863480
            License : GPL-3.0+
            Signature : RSA/SHA256, Tue Feb 7 02:58:47 2017, Key ID 20f8c4f40d210a40
            Source RPM : qupzilla-2.1.0-47.1.src.rpm
            Build Date : Tue Feb 7 02:57:14 2017
            Build Host : lamb03
            Relocations : (not relocatable)
            Vendor : obs://build.opensuse.org/KDE:Extra
            URL : http://qupzilla.com/
            Summary : Cross-platform Qt web browser
            Description :
            QupZilla is a modern web browser based on Qt Framework.
            Distribution: KDE:Extra / openSUSE_Tumbleweed

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            • #7
              Originally posted by smartalgorithm View Post
              mmm nice
              it seems that kde development is getting faster nowdays
              I don't think it's getting faster, as much moving towards more visible things. Till now, most of the activity revolved around qt5, modularization of KDE Frameworks, stuff not directly visible to the user that takes a lot of effort to see through.

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              • #8
                Proposed name: ReReKonq

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by molecule-eye View Post
                  KDE really needs a nice, integrated qt5 browser now that rekonq development is dead. Otter is pretty buggy and it's a real pain in the ass building qupzilla from source since they don't provide packages for any distro.
                  Nice try, but QupZilla is actually packaged in a lot of distros as you can see here:
                  And not mentioned on there but Solus also has it packaged.
                  QupZilla also provides an AppImage.
                  And building from source is not that hard, I'm building it from Git Master regularly and it's really easy. You just need the Qt devel packages and basic stuff like automake and that's it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

                    Nice try, but QupZilla is actually packaged in a lot of distros as you can see here:
                    And not mentioned on there but Solus also has it packaged.
                    QupZilla also provides an AppImage.
                    And building from source is not that hard, I'm building it from Git Master regularly and it's really easy. You just need the Qt devel packages and basic stuff like automake and that's it.
                    ROFL, you just made my day.

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