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After attending the Plasma Mobile team: AUA, I have started a new project called "trainer" to build a mobile application to do some sport. I plan to publish a longer blog post soon about it.

The project is there invent.kde.org/kde/trainer

In fact, seeing a project sharing common goals with Trainer existed for several years, I have decided to stop working on Trainer and instead contribute to Kairo (phabricator.kde.org/source/kai).

You can still expect a blog post soon.

@mgallien Cool! Btw, from the screenshot, it looks like the two pages are cases where Kirigami.ScrollablePage could be useful instead of Kirigami.Page.

@mgallien nice idea, but it could be more noob friendly if there was some kind of graphical representation of what the exercise is all about, cause I (being a non sporty person) had to look up every exercise on wikipedia. (I'd be happy to help with graphics)

It would also be nice to have a progress bar that shows how much time I have for each exercise to have something to look forward to :D

@m4TZ I fully agree but this is about a very preliminary project that may evolve into something more complete after some amount of work.

I think that showing some pictures of videos are definitely worthy goals.

Anyway, we also have to keep it focused on a specific defined sets of goals in order to be able to finish it.

You are definitely welcome to join it. It should be easy at this stage of the project.

@mgallien The name sounds similar to cairo which does an entirely different thing, 🤣

@hellozee you should ask @ervin for the name. Maybe it is a reference to Cairo?

@mgallien seems cool! Did you get to make that blog post? Seems last commit to the project was 3 months ago sadly and no release yet :(

@bart no, I have been missing time. I also have to recover my left shoulder before doing training. I have one or two things I absolutely want to do in Elisa before doing that.

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