As some of you know already, last week I was in Dublin trying to understand what MeeGo means (I got some conclusions, maybe some day I’ll share them). More importantly though, I also met a bunch of KDE hackers and we decided to start to work on some project together. I wanted to work on a KDE Memory game for a while and there I found some time to work on it, here there’s a demonstration about what we can do.
video source: http://proli.net/meu/los_otros/kmemory-presentation.ogv
If you’re interested on it and want to help get it in shape for the next KDE (now 4.7) release, here’s a list of what you can do:
- Think of a good name (yes, kmemory sounds fishy)
- Create a theme
- Create an icon
- Give ideas on how can we improve the theme specification (see kde.theme example in the git repository)
- Give ideas on what UI do we want (not how can it be improved, but what we want, it’s a little different).
- Just try it and enjoy yourself (no, that doesn’t mean an X theme Â¬Â¬)
You can find the project here: http://gitweb.kde.org/scratch/apol/kmemory.git