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lipstick ======== lipstick is a project aimed at offering easy to modify user experiences for varying mobile device form factors, e.g. handsets, netbooks, tablets. User experiences are written in QML. acknowledgements ================ lipstick builds heavily on the work of the meegotouchhome and meego-ux-daemon authors. Thanks. Thanks also to Nokia and Intel for opening this work, and thanks to Jolla for continuing to work on it, in the open. authors ======= lipstick contains work from many, many folks. here's a particular special few. Robin Burchell - initial prototyping, naming, occasional hackery Timur Kristof - the UX/library split, initial work on a pretty UX Tom Swindell - initial work on a pretty UX Vesa Halttunen - various functionality additions, guidance, working it towards a product Aaron Kennedy - work on Wayland port Mikko Harju - work on Wayland issues/port ... and many others. If you feel like you belong here, you probably do. Submit a pull request. building / dependencies ======================= check the specfile in the 'rpm' directory. or just use mb2 to build. how to run lipstick =================== 1. Build lipstick. 2. Install lipstick. 3. Get yourself a desktop If you haven't got anything better to use, grab the example (http://github.com/nemomobile/lipstick-example-home/). Build according to instructions, and run it. Desktops use both the plugin and shared library generally, so both of them should be intact before you can run the example NOTE: if you use a properly packaged version of the library, you won't need to go through this trouble