Arne Babenhauserheide  committed cc1921d

Updated version, changelog and plans.

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File Changelog.txt

+pyRad 0.3
+- Largescale rewrite in the battle for startup performance. It's now a KUniqueApplication and after the first run, subsequent runs only call the already running (but hidden) instance. Still the imports take the major share of the startup time. 
+- New command scheme: Right-click always edits the item, middle click adds a new item after the clicked one. 
+- Items are arranged clickwise. 
+- FIX: Changes in the layout were only effective after the next start. Now changes take effect immediately. 
 pyRad 0.2
 - Right-click on an item opens an edit dialog. 
 __plans__ = """
-plan for 0.3:
 - new command scheme: right-click always edits, middle-click adds a new item. -done
 - items arranged clockwise. -done
 - right-click on center opens a general config dialog. -todo
 - a general config dialog. -todo
 - first run of new version shows image as usage guide. -todo
+- Edit dialog should show the icon graphically. A click on the item should show the edit dialog we have when editing the K-Menu. -todo
+- Edit dialog should have a radio button for the action: "create folder". -todo
 - register a global shortcut / gesture in KDE from within the program -> usable as soon as it's installed. -todo
 - make it show faster. -todo
 - Show the program cathegories from the K-Menu.
 - Get the folders and actions from Nepomuk somehow -> favorites or such.
 - Option to have an auto-optimizing wheel layout :)
-- adjust icon size to the numbers of icons in the circle. 
+- adjust icon size to the numbers of icons in the circle.
+- Add a CLI fallback, so people can also access their actions via the shell. 
+- Talk to DBus directly (for higher performance). 
 PyPI url:
 ### Constants ###
 #: The PyRad version identifier
-__version__ = "0.2.0"
+__version__ = "0.3.0"
 ### Commandline handling ###
 # we do this here to have the maximum reaction time.