* 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 🙂