ktp-presence-applet currently only supports plasma4.
Fwiw, there is a frameworks branch of ktp-common-internals and ktp-desktop-applets, which is meant for Plasma5.
Yay! Such heros in our midst.
I'm planning on setting up a COPR with unstable Plasma 5 stuff, incl. KTP, Konsole, Dolphin, etc. - probably after Akademy.
In the KTP case, considering that the KDE 4 version is not usable at all in a Plasma 5 environment (because the central piece is a plasmoid), the KF5 version will need to land in Rawhide along with Plasma 5, even if it's unstable.
Assiging to Dan, he's got a kf5-ktp copr going... :)
You think they're good enough to import into rawhide yet? Need any help?
The KTp Copr packages are just random snapshots of master. I don't believe this is ready for rawhide yet, I've been using it at there are still some important parts missing (including accounts migration from Telepathy to KAccounts).
AFAIK KTp upstream is targeting Plasma 5.3 release, which means we should still be able to make it in time for F22.
Correction: upstream is targeting KDE Applications 15.04, but that should still be OK with Fedora 22 schedule.
> including accounts migration from Telepathy to KAccounts
The account info actually stays in Telepathy, only the secrets storage and management get moved to KAccounts. Currently it should work in a way that once you upgrade to KAccounts, it should ask you for your passwords and if you store them, new KAccounts account should be automatically created. Except Google and Facebook accounts because for those you need to get OAuth token, so there's no migration possible really (unless you want to make it really complicated).
Otherwise the passwords are stored in kwallet4 and to fully auto-migrate, you'd need to either work with kwallet4 and sso-stuff-qt4 or ensure that complete kwallet4 has been migrated to kwallet5 and use the data from kwallet5.
Personally I think it's just so much hassle that it's much easier to just ask for the passwords once and create new KAccounts accounts.