It's the seventh SUSE hack week. I'm working on Inqlude, the Qt library archive, getting it beyond the prototype state. The idea is simple, create a web site listing all Qt libraries out there, and an easy way how to use them, think CPAN for Qt libraries.
There are a lot of things, which need to be done:
- Finalize library meta data format
- Adapt prototype tool to support the final format
- Collect real meta data for as many libraries as possible
- Finish the backend for installing binary packages on openSUSE via the openSUSE build service
- Look into backends for other distributions, ideally using the same build service integration
- Get libraries packaged, which don't have packages yet
- Contribute back changes in package descriptions
- Implement a Qt based client, possibly with a QML based GUI
A lot to do. Help is very much appreciated. If you are at SUSE or somewhere else, if you are a KDE, Qt hacker, a packager, an upstream library author, a Ruby programmer, or a QML specialist, don't hesitate, you are very welcome to join the fun. Just contact me
, and we'll figure out the rest.
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