One month of akonadi googledata

September 8, 2009 at 11:52 am 2 comments

It is being around 1 month that I have made the ‘public’ release of akonadi google data resources. For people that hadn’t heard about it, it basically allows KDE applications (i.e. kontact) to access and interact with gcalendar and google contacts.

Some statistics:

  • More than 2000 page views in libgcal website.
  • Visits of people from 52 countries, the top 5: Germany, USA, France, Brazil, Canada.
  • Resource + library packaged for: Debian, Ubuntu, opensuse, FreeBSD, etc (my first ever FreeBSD packaged software!).
  • Dozens of emails asking for support…

In case that you want to learn more about gdata protocol and the akonadi resources, you can access the slides of a presentation that I did in FISL 10 in Brazil.

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  • 1. rullzer  |  February 4, 2010 at 11:22 pm

    Hi,

    I’am working on a Qt library for gData. It is far from finished but parsing the contacts already works quite well. Maybe we could team up?

    I’m around in #akonadi if you would like to chat.

    Cheers

    Reply
  • 2. savago  |  February 5, 2010 at 11:47 am

    Friend

    That would be awesome! Please contact me in private (cavalcantii-at-no-spam-gmail.com).

    Regards

    Adenilson

    Reply

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