Den 17. jan. 2014 14:21, skrev Graham Cobb:
On 17/01/14 12:58, Ove Kåven wrote:
> On 01/04/2014 01:24 PM, Graham Cobb wrote:
>> However, I really hadn't started looking at it yet as I have had no time
>> over Christmas. I would be very happy to join with your effort.
> Hi again. If you want to help, maybe you would like to help creating the
> Sailfish GUI? I can handle SyncEvolution proper myself, but writing the
> GUI takes time...
Sorry, I am not in a position to volunteer to do that, at the moment. I
am really not a GUI guy. And I am not going to have the time to look
into it for the time being (at least until after MWC).
Allright. But maybe you know of other people that might? It's not
necessary to be a hardcore programmer to write some QML, after all. (But
I've found it can be tedious and time-consuming if you don't have much
experience with it...)
For my own GUI design attempt, I'm also not sure about what the best
interface would be. How should users start a sync? How should its
progress be displayed? And how should users abort a sync?
Well, once it's working, I can maybe put what I have on openrepos or
something and find out how other users would like it to work...