It's been a busy time for me in the Education part of the meeting.
I've worked on the following items:
Kalzium- Fix uninitialized memory use
- Fix memory leak
- Make molecule downloading more user friendly
- Let kalzium open molecules both from command line and from clicking in the file manager
- Look and feel improvements to the calculator
Rocs- Fix uninitialized memory use
Step- Fix uninitialized memory use
Website- Make it a bit more localization friendly (now we should not show images with text besides the KDE Edu logo)
kdegamesThanks to Ben we now have kdegames on jenkins, which made me fix some bugs there :)
Killbots- Make tests work without the game being installed
kmahjongg- Fix compilation when libkmahjongg is not installed in default folders
kshisen- Fix compilation when libkmahjongg is not installed in default folders
kdelibs- Fix a bug with menubars when editing toolbars
l10n-kde4- Regular tasks of moving files around
And of course this is just the things that resulted in commits, between the various random things I've helped people around with their questions that fall inside my area of expertise, for example helped Frederik Gladhorn integrate the KDE translation system on the Qt AT SPI project so we can provide an even more polished accessibility solution to our users and also "chaired" the KDE Edu discussions whose results you can find in the Notes links at http://community.kde.org/KDEEdu/Sprint2012
And finally to get some relax I've also contributed to the soluttion of the puzzle containing last year's group photo
And also got photographed for next years puzzle ;-)
Thanks all that donated to the pledgie and made Randa 2012 happen!
And now back to Awesomeness!