As with the clock in QML, I’ve been working this time to replace the system info Conky widget with one in QML.
Using dataengines, they provide most of the info, and QML is nice for the most part. It’s still a work in progress, but here you can see the plasmoid and Conky widgets side-by-side.
You can see I’m still missing some info. For example, I couldn’t find the kernel version or local IP in the data provided by the dataengine. Signal strength percentage is missing too. And Label in PlasmaComponents doesn’t seem to like the bold property.
I have yet to dive into fetching the weather and displaying it appropiately. All in all, I like how it looks so far. It is clear, though, that for a plasmoid like this, the configuration options is actually the hardest part. I’ll have to get to that at some point.
As usual, you can find the source code in my scratch repo.