Commit 42faa946 authored by Arjun Thekoot Harisankar's avatar Arjun Thekoot Harisankar 💻

Updated the Wordings on The Get-Involved Page

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<p>
Welcome to the KDE Family. KDE Connect is a perfect project to start
contributing to KDE. You will need a basic understanding of
programming concepts, the rest can be learned by doing. Experience
programming concepts, the rest can be picked up on the go. Experience
with Android or Qt is beneficial but not needed. Not a programmer? We
have other roles too. You can also contribute to other KDE Projects
and Groups. We want to make it easy to get involved. Various other
antlers are ready to help out new contributors. You can find them on
and Groups. We want to make it easy to get involved with the community. Many in the community
are ready to help out new contributors. You can find them on
the mentoring page.&nbsp; Many of them hangout in chatrooms and
Telegram. Feel free to ask them any question you may have!
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<p>
We have a group to discuss development. You can access it from
Telegram, IRC or matrix.org. Feel free to ask any questions there. We
also have a mailing list.&nbsp;
Telegram, IRC or matrix.org. Feel free to ask any questions about the development process there. We
also have a mailing list.&nbsp;We do keep note of bugs reported against the kdeconnect project on bugs.kde.org, so if you just want to tell us about a cool new feature you've thought of, you can let us know there.
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<h4 class="letter-head smaller"><strong>
KDE Connect for plasma (used by all desktop environments, sailfish, and plasma mobile)
</strong> </h4>
<p>Written in C++ with Qt and QML
</p>
<h4 class="letter-head smaller"><strong>KDE Connect for Android</strong></h4>
<p>Written in Java against the standard Android SDK</p>
<p>For the most part, the repository's README should cover all the main points. Our testing infrastructure is a little unintuitive, so here's a guide to help you set up a connection between an Android emulator and its host device. Of course if you have a physical device, you can test with that instead.
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<label class="tab-label" for="fq1">Libraries</label>
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<p>
We always get asked about the libraries that are used in KDE Connect Development, some of them are not packaged by some distros yet. You can build them from source. Some of the dependencies are some versions behind. Some of the most asked ones are listed below:
While getting to grips with the source code, you might find some unusual library names. KDE Application Development in general makes good use of ECM (the Extra CMake Modules), which you can find out more about here. The remainder of the application dependencies are easy to find most of the time, with four notable exceptions:
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The full Libraries list can be found in the CMakeLists.txt file
and they are available at the
The full list of dependencies can be found in the CMakeLists.txt file; they are available at the
<a href="https://api.kde.org/frameworks/index.html">official frameworks page</a>
or on
<a href="https://cgit.kde.org/">git</a>,
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