The following RFEs are currently open and available for editing
No work has started. Pending approval of developer(s) sponsoring the RFE.
|KMail HTML||Add basic HTML editing and inline image support to Trinity KMail||Locked |
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|KMail HTML |
|Port KMail HTML support to KDE4 |
Depends on "KMail HTML" RFE completion
The following RFEs have been finalized
Implementation is in progress or has been completed. No further changes to the specification are permitted.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I have to pay for new features? Isn't the Trinity Desktop Environment free software?
If you are unable to implement the feature yourself for any reason, and the Trinity development team is not actively working on the feature, you have an alternative. By offering monetary support to a sponsoring developer, you allow that developer to allocate more time to work on the Trinity project, specifically on the feature that you would like to see implemented.
As hiring a software engineer can be expensive, the Trinity project has decided to allow many individuals to contribute small amounts towards the feature(s) they would like to see implemented. At first, no payment is required, only a pledge that you would pay a certain amount if others will also contribute. When enough pledges are received for a certain feature, we ask that all interested individuals pay their pledge amounts to a third party. At this point, the sponsoring developer(s) begin working on the feature, and when the feature is complete to the users' satisfaction the payment is released by the third party. If for any reason the sponsoring developer(s) are unable to complete the feature, all contributors will be reimbursed for their original payment amounts.
* The payment system works somewhat differently for precompleted/ready-to-release software. In this case, the developer can place the software up for bounty for a limited time; if the bounty has not been met by the expiration date the software can be removed without release. You would NOT receive a refund in this case, so you may wish to handle pledges and funds collection/delivery in collaboration with your business, local Linux user's group, or similar third party.
How will I receive the software once the bounty has been paid?
How can I contribute?
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