Small status update

October 2, 2009

After Tokamak III I was not able to work that much on netbook stuff because we’re reaching the 4.6 release and we have a lot of work to be done on anchor layouts. We’re fixing the last bugs (that we know of course :P) so we can provide a really nice new layout for everybody […]


White as Snow

September 4, 2009

Well, last day of Tokamak. It’s sad that I must say goodbye to all of these people that actually lived with me for one week. It was so intense that I almost didn’t realize that we were together for one week. But let’s talk about what we did during the sprint. During the first days […]


Tokamak 3

August 31, 2009
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I’m at Tokamak 3 in Randa where Mario is hosting us. First of all, thanks to Mario: everything is perfect! During the last days we had presentations, meetings and talks. The GSoC projects are being merged in trunk (a lot of great features coming: new widgets explorer, mouse plugins, remote widgets, plasmate), the netbook stuff […]


Photos from the training

August 20, 2009

As I promised, I’m posting pictures of the Qt training that we had last Monday 🙂


Talking about Qt at local university

August 18, 2009

It was a really great experience to talk about the basic concepts of Qt and to present new features such as the Animation framework to people that had never used Qt before. Before lunch we had an overall look at QObjects (signals/slots), QWidgets, canvas based interfaces (QGraphicsView) and other basic stuff. After lunch we had […]


Qt Labs Americas is ready!

August 10, 2009

Hello! During my presentation on GCDS/aKademy, I talked about the Qt Labs America and that it would be released soon. Some of you may have heard about it on the dot too. But, what is this Qt Labs Americas thing ? Well, taken from the “about” page: Qt Labs Americas is an openBossa initiative aiming […]


The theory behind the code

July 14, 2009
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I’ll not talk about GCDS on this post: others said everything one could tell about the conference! 🙂 It was really awesome: meeting KDE people is just an awesome experience. It was good also to see more brazilians in the conference (after FISL, the brazilian kde community seems to have started to grow or at […]