It only took me two months but now Tokodon has a logo designed by @Blort.

@carl Does this have a desktop interface or is more for mobile?

@joeligj12 I need to work on the desktop interface, in theory, it is possible to implement it, in practice I barely have the time to do any contribution to it anymore :(

@joeligj12 @carl Pretty nice! I just opened it and it works kinda nice. The mobile interface is usable but not ideal, great project tho!

@carl @joeligj12 Great timing, have been looking for a KDE native Mastodon app!

What do you mean by "in theory, it is possible to implement it"? The screenshot shows a desktop app?

I'm running Manjaro. Is compiling from source my only alternative? An appimage or a flatpak would be awesome!

@mikael @carl it works on desktop, but the ui is optimized for mobile

@joeligj12 @mikael Yeah, exactly, I limited the maximum width of Tokodon. This is actually a bit similar to the native desktop client for Twitter on macOS and Windows.

Maybe at some point, I could add some handling for bigger screens.

@carl @joeligj12 @mikael

not necessarily a good idea--soapbox-fe and pleroma-fe runs pretty fine with wide screens on a single column--it does not really hurt to just do no special handling for now for wide width..
@carl @joeligj12 @mikael the thing is, the by not setting a hard limit on window width the user can choose what they want :mikoto_smile3: they don't need to fully maximize if they don't like that

@carl @tusooa @joeligj12 @mikael First pic is a bit weird, but 2nd looks OK to me 🤷‍♂️

@carl @Blort i wish it didn't have so much mastodon branding and apparent affiliation

@carl @Blort

Very good logo! The mix of a "t", the mastodon head, the shape of a speechbubble... All of this meanings are well packed. Bravo @Blort

@carl @Blort ... is that a Qt Mastodon client!!!! Just what I have been needing.

@trashheap @carl

It is indeed... enjoy! (Thanks to Carl for making it)

@carl @Blort Looks beautiful! Are there already release builds that I could use it?

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