Given that my last blog entry was more of the "problems and a possible solution" sort, I figure a quickie with the "what's good" is called for to maintain balance in life. =) So here we go, things that are working well:
- Planet KDE: the art team stepped up to create a beautiful new layout, the web team stepped up to implement it using Rawdog (ooh, ajaxy! ;) and the pragmatists came up with the obvious solution for the "we rely on only a couple guys to maintain the rss feed list": put the thing in svn so anyone with an svn account can maintain the blog roll! A truly class act on all fronts.
- KJots: I no longer use it as a stand-alone application, because now it works perfectly in Kontact! Multi-level notes, rich text formatting, links, exporting and printing and so much more .. all just an icon click away from my mail and calendar! Awesome!
- Folderview: Frederik's been at it again! Icon positions are saved (so you can move things around), align-to-grid is there, advanced filtering, speed-speed-speed and a handful of minor graphical improvements is going to make Plasma in KDE's 4.2 workspace all that much more impressive.
- Petri found a nice work around for a limitation in KConfigSkeleton that lets us use it properly with scripted widgets and has been making the Webkit plasmoids rock! (His work around is rather clean, actually, and obvious in retrospect, so it falls neatly into the "inspired" category. =)
- I slept well last night.
Ah, ballance restored. ;)