Since api.kde.org has been down a lot lately, I generated some Qt Assistant-compatible documentation from kdelibs, and put it up on my server, and also linked to it from the topic in the #kde-devel IRC channel.
But since not everyone visits IRC, I thought I’d mention it here too.
So, fetch kde45.qch and save it somewhere save, launch Qt Assistant, go to Edit→Preferences→Documentation→Add… and navigate to where you saved the file and add it. You should now have a fully indexed, searchable and browsable API documentation for kdelibs.
In other news, I’ll be working on desktop synchronization with ownCloud as a GSoC project this summer. The plan is to first extend libattica and ownCloud to be able to store and retrieve random values by keys (so a key/value-store), and then utilize that in for example kwalletmanager (for synchronizing passwords), rekonq (to synchronize bookmarks) and Basket (to synchronize notes).
There will also be two students working on Phonon this summer (on AV-capture and low-level audio APIs, much like QtMultimedia, only in Phonon). I’ll try to get them both on planet so they can introduce themselves properly. :-)
Also, I unfortunately couldn’t make it to Randa to the multimedia sprint due to some really lousy exam dates. I wish I was there. :-(