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Mon, 11/16/2009 - 16:38

Hey everybody!

If you are a KDevelop and/or Kate/Kwrite developer and do not read the mailing lists: There’s a hack sprint coming up in Berlin in 2010. I think there’ve been enough sprints in Berlin already so that you know it’s a great city for such an event. Though this time it won’t be at KDAB or Nokia offices, but at the Physics Faculty of the FU-Berlin. Since I (currently) work there as an IT admin, it was my first choice and worked out. I hope it will be a good location for the meeting. If you want to attend, vote on doodle:

But you probably also should register either on the KDevelop or KWrite mailing lists so I have some kind of way to contact you.

PS: in unrelated news I’ll do an internship at KDAB next year! yay


As a long-time Kate user, may Mon, 11/16/2009 - 21:55 — kiemlo (not verified)

As a long-time Kate user, may I point your attention to bug 203039 (Kate auto completion sporatic or non-functional)?

Word-completion in Kate used to work flawlessly in KDE 4.2 series. However there are several problems with it in 4.3: - suggestions list only shows up in some cases, - there’s a small but nevertheless slowing down delay before the list shows up (if it’s actually going to show).

Now when coding in Kate it’s quicker for a fast typist to type entire UberLongFunctionName than to rely on word completion. Please have a look at this :-)

internship at KDAB cool, Mon, 11/16/2009 - 18:46 — Niko (not verified)

internship at KDAB

cool, congrats

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