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

Mohammed Hassan mohammed.hassan at jollamobile.com
Thu May 21 20:25:35 UTC 2015

On Thu, May 21, 2015 at 11:38:08PM +0500, Andrey Kozhevnikov wrote:
> 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)

If the Qt document gallery import is in one of the pickers then it means it
is supported implicitly as you can create QML types from it.

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

That does not make them suitable for white listing unfortunately ;-)


> 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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