Andrei Buneyeu (yankeppey) wrote in lj_nifty,
Andrei Buneyeu
yankeppey
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QBee v.0.0.4

Hi, I want to present you QBee.
QBee is a simple Livejournal client written on C++ using Qt 4. Not it`s compiled under Linux, but you can compile it for Windows or Mac. QBee is free software distributed under terms of GNU Public License. Now QBee is only for enthusiasts, not for the most of users.
You can download QBee here (and there you can find all useful information about QBee).
The community for users is ru_qbee.
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Seriously, can you mention some of my bad code?
And how do you think what can I do with aboutprogram.cpp?
What is wrong with Russian?
Well, code comments in English as well would be nice, if code is being released to a predominantly-English-speaking userbase--approximately 5x as many users from English-as-primary-language countries vs. Russian-as-primary-language. :)

yankeppey

8 years ago

skreidle

8 years ago

yankeppey

8 years ago

kibbles

8 years ago

skreidle

8 years ago

natewillsheets

8 years ago

foxfirefey

8 years ago

skreidle

8 years ago

foxfirefey

8 years ago

It's this sort of attitude that gives the dev community a bad name and scares people away from even making stuff like this. :(

What features does it have? http://launchpad.net/qbee/ tells me almost nothing, and the screenshot is only of the login page, which only tells me "It has a login."
Also it can post events :-)
QBee has built-in simple HTML-editor. It can edit sent events and support mass editing messages.
it can replace special html-characters to "<"...
In future I will add posibillity to automatically load photos to some photo-hosting (like bayimg.com)
Maybe you could post more of a description about what features it has on its website, and add more screenshots--at least of the basic interface, if not some of the menus as well, in addition to the login screen?
No offense, but I have been using (and loving) Semagic. Gonna stick with that.
Semagic is one of the best choices, but for me it`s too monster-like :) There are too many features with second-rate usability. Now I choose LogJam as ideal.
I've been using it for years, and take advantage of many (if not most) of its features. What do you find superfluous?
Almost all features that LogJam can`t do, except image loading. But image loading in Semagic is realized not too convenient.

skreidle

8 years ago

Pleased to meet you QBee. :)
I like it!