Announcing Arianna 1.1
I’m happy to announce the 1.1 release of Arianna. Arianna is a small ePub reader application I started with Niccolo some time ago. Like most of my open source applications, it is built on top of Qt and Kirigami.
Arianna is both an ePub viewer and a library management app. Internally, Arianna uses Baloo to find your existing ePub files in your device and categorize them.
Arianna can now display the table of content of a book. This supports complex hierarchies of headings.
Arianna now provides you with the metadata about your books.
Additionally, you can now disable the reading progress on the library page if it distracts you.
You can now read books without requiring an internet connection. We also fixed various crashes happening when indexing your books.
If you are interested in helping, don’t hesitate to reach out in the Arianna matrix channel (#arianna:kde.org) and I will be happy to guide you.
I also regularly post about my progress on Arianna (and other KDE apps) on my Mastodon account, so don’t hesitate to follow me there ;) We also now have an official Mastodon account for Arianna @email@example.com.
And in case you missed it, as a member of KDE’s fundraising working group, I need to remind you that KDE e.V., the non-profit behind the KDE community accepts donations.