Maybe it's something that could also make sense for Plasma Mobile, not just Android.
Is it using Kirigami right now? Aleix On Mon, Feb 10, 2020 at 6:27 PM Kåre Särs <kare.s...@iki.fi> wrote: > > Forwarding to the android list as the application seems to be on android > already. > > /Kåre > ---------- Forwarded Message ---------- > > Subject: Does KDE need a metronome? > Date: fredag 7 februari 2020, kl. 12:27:58 EET > From: Tomasz Bojczuk <seel...@gmail.com> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > > Halo, > > Recently I couldn't find metronome app that "sounds" good and doesn't > attack user with adds, > so I can easily offer it for my pupils and students (I'm a guitar teacher) > Then I made it my own: > > https://www.opencode.net/seelook/Metronomek > > So I would like to ask will it find a place in KDE applications portfolio? > And if so, I would like to ask for incubating process. > > It is already working, but there are a few features I would like to add to > make it unique and justify yet another metronome in the world. > So far it depends on sole Qt/QML (and uses QAudio for output). > I imported code to opencode which looks more compliant with KDE Manifesto > than sourceforge, but here are some pictures and Android apk. > https://sourceforge.net/projects/metronomek/ > > Also in my language (Polish) 'little metronome' can be 'Metronomek', so I > believe it fits well to KDE apps 'namespace'. > > I don't have developer team, but there is not so much to do. Anyway I would > be happy if someone will join even for a while. But my students will be > happy to test it. > > A few years ago I sent a few patches to dolphin-plugins project, so I > believe my developer account is still active. > > Probably I have a few more questions about KDE infra but let see what do > You say. > > With respects, > Tomasz Bojczuk > > ----------------------------------------- > >