* You only release to find bugs…
The TODO list may be still quite long, but the framework and the two applications, a kicker applet and a contact card server, are already pretty usable in their current form. I should know because they are part of my daily workflows. No bugs known, no crashes for me. And with the configuration editor for contact list buttons of the applet I added today the last hurdle for a use by Joe User was removed:
Should prepare a move out of playground. No idea if the target should be extragear or perhaps kde-pim for a possible 3.5.7 release. If I went for kde-pim the code could be even merged into KAddressbook. That would be cool. But will there be a 3.5.7 release? And when?
For now I will try to make a good official release directly out of playground. Have to read up how to do so, and then ask the translators to help me by localizing the strings So 0.1.2 should end on quite some more desktops.
Once that is done, Okteta will get my attention again. But for now I need to push that contacts framework into the world, to get some feedback. After all I would like to get a successor (named Organs) into KDE 4, and that should kick even more asses