Posts Tagged ‘Community’

My Heroes of KDE, 2011

I was looking back on this year and thinking about what the real successes have been. There have been many great things, new technology and work behind the scenes to make it all happen. But perhaps the greatest thing has been the return of the Commit Digest, so I’ll name the Commit Digest team my […]


What is freedom to you? Well, at the moment for me, it is no longer having my PhD thesis to work on, having finally handed that in last week. That means I’m now moving into job hunting (like some other people on the Planet – I may post more about that in a bit). It […]

Discounted Desktop Summit Accommodation is Closing

Just in case you intend to go to the Desktop Summit and have not yet made arrangements, please note that the special accommodation deals arranged by the Desktop Summit team begin to expire from tomorrow – so if you delay your booking you may end up having to pay more. If you’d like to come, […]

Some KDE Love

KDE contributors get battered now and again, whether it’s abuse in bug reports, on Dot articles or on the wider interwebs. Many of you may not keep such an eye on the Dot comments as us editors do, so I thought I’d share with you a comment from the latest Commit Digest article that made […]

Battling Misconceptions: What is KDE?

A while ago, Justin and I received an email from Dr Tony Young who recently wrote for LXer about his experiences moving from KDE 3.5 to a Plasma Desktop and our Platform 4 apps. If you want to understand some of the frustrations people have experienced in making the switch, then those articles are well […]