KDE hacking in the tropics
Have you at least tried it before do such a comment ? 🙂
Do you have any benchmarks or proof about this ? Or are you just bashing for free ? 🙂
You know.. Plasma was slow as a cow in KDE SC 4.0.0 (Developers edition) so it *must* be slow as a…. seashell, even today. 😉
Although Plasma Rendering has improved a lot in the lastest interation, it still is slow ass with giant widgets and the activity viewer =/
define “Giant”, as I move a folderview that is about half of my screen without pain here. almost instant.
trolling troll is trolling.
hey, we had this widget sharing implemented sometime last year. Is this working accross all the devices ? this would be so cool to show off.
Hi chris! Yes, I did the proof of concept for remote widgets between devices last year. Right now we don’t have a beautiful way of adding/sharing them on mobile but it should come in the next weeks/months 😉 Stay tuned!
Are you sure? I tried KDE 4.4.0 on multiple computers only to discover the potential of share widgets… and only crash. not work. Some people reported it in bugs.kde.org but looks that will not be fixed until the .2 or the .3 revision, one month extra per revision.
@hercules i didnt tested, so i cant say anything about this, but tokamak is a plasma meeting after all, they should be working on this.
He is probably a gnome user which runs only on PCs (even limited to unix) and can’t stand the fact that kde actually is a well written flexible software that has the actual potential for future and works everywhere 😉
Where Can i Get that green Air wallpaper?
Hi Kantares, it’s from OpenSUSE !
That’s a cool picture. Can’t wait to have plasma on all of this devices sharing widgets all over the place, that would be the ultimate coolness
@tumaix Always I thought that tokamak is only for future features on the next KDE SC release.
they were shiny devices 🙂
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