[SailfishDevel] Minutes] SailfishOS community meeting 21.5. + planning for next one 11.6.

Andrey Kozhevnikov coderusinbox at gmail.com
Thu May 21 18:38:08 UTC 2015


Thank you for comments.

No matter if QtDocumentGallery will be used or other backend, if 
Sailfish.Pickers will be available to use (at least pages for selecting 
media)

For thumbnails i'm actively using video thumbnailer and nemomobile 
Thumbnail component.

21.05.2015 23:33, Mohammed Hassan пишет:
> On Thu, May 21, 2015 at 03:39:30PM +0000, Iekku Pylkka wrote:
>>   Hi,
>>   Thanks to everyone who attended today's meeting. Minutes/logs:
>>   Minutes:
>>
>>   [1]http://merproject.org/meetings/mer-meeting/2015/mer-meeting.2015-05-
>>   21-14.30.html
> I missed the meeting unfortunately but I feel I should comment on a few points:
>
> CameraExtensions: This is part of jolla camera and it was written AFAICT to work
> around the limitation of QtMultimedia declarative API. There is no point in allowing
> this in harbour since we are moving to QtMultimedia 5.5 in order to support GStreamer 1.x
> which should hopefully improve the situation.
>
> * QtDocumentGallery: This is not maintained upstream AFAIK and we might be the only
> users of such library. I would pretty much love to move away from it and use grilo
> instead. Once that happens we can start allowing anything that has been migrated
> in harbour.
>
> * Thumbnailing: We have 2 thumbnails in the platform. The nemo thumbnailer which provides
> only QML API (Used by UI apps) and tumbler which is used by buteo for MTP. Both of them need
> to e merged together and perhaps a C++ library should be written on top of which we can have
> a declarative bindings.
>
> I have just commented on the bits I know and on why they cannot be allowed in harbour
> for the time being. Help is of course greatly welcomed :-)
>
> Cheers,
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