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== Text Editor ==
 
== Text Editor ==
- needed also for source code
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* Enki - [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=984560 Review]
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** Python3, Qt5
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** based on component Qutepart - [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1015868 Review]
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* JuffEd, already packaged
 
* JuffEd, already packaged
 
** cursor behaviour is somehow strange in kvm  
 
** cursor behaviour is somehow strange in kvm  
* Enki (PyQt4) - [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=984560 Review]
 
** based on component Qutepart (PyQt4) - [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1015868 Review]
 
 
* TEA (Qt4) - [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=957422 Review]
 
* TEA (Qt4) - [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=957422 Review]
  

Revision as of 21:15, 2 March 2016

 This page is under development and gets updated manually in various delay.

QtDesktop

We could base on the kickstart file and the applications choice from former QtDesktop approach of a possible LiveCD.

Package management

  • Muon
  • maybe get rid of PackageKit? :->

Text Editor

  • Enki - Review
    • Python3, Qt5
    • based on component Qutepart - Review
  • JuffEd, already packaged
    • cursor behaviour is somehow strange in kvm
  • TEA (Qt4) - Review

Partitioning

  • QtParted
    • retired, dead upstream (as of 2015-06-10)
    • not feature complete currently
    • inactive since 2012
  • try the fork QParted (notice the one missing character in different naming)
Is a partition editor really a basic part of a graphical desktop environment? Besides the need to work with partitions during the installation, 
it is actually not needed. I would discourage everybody to change partitions while the system is running, and this wouldn't work anyway on all partitions.
The better way is to boot a live medium. Then it doesn't matter whether a Qt or GTK or whatever based partition editor is used.

Web Browser (oh well!)

  • 1. Qupzilla needs update
  • 2. Dillo - but it's based on FLTK what we want?
  • 3. Konqueror - conflicts with PCManFM-Qt as the (default) file manager, see below [1]
  • 4. Firefox - too much overload propably…
  • 5. Arora (Google) - dead upstream
  • 5a. Rekonq - maintainer of Arora suggests as a comparable replacement.

Mail client

  • Honestly, no real idea yet, suggestions are welcome
  • Trojita

Multimedia & Office

  • QMMS
    • seems to be feature complete and packaged actively
  • Yarok music player
    • needs unretire

File Browser (optional alternative to PCManFM)

  • TuxCommander (based on PyQt4)
  • Double Commander (Qt) - Review
  • Konqueror

Development

  • QGit (Qt4)
  • Git-Cola (PyQt4)
    • some other strange dependencies to e.g. gstreamer etc.

Accessories

  • KCalc, since version 15 with Qt5 support (as in Fedora 22)

Misc. configuration

  • LightDM greeter: Replace lightdm-gtk with lightdm-razorqt
  • SDDM (simple desktop display manager)
  • qtile (python based tiling window manager) - Feature of F22