Posts Tagged ‘Conferences’

ALERT Project 4th newsletter available

The ALERT Project, an EU funded collaborative project in which KDE is taking part as a partner has released its latest newsletter. In this issue, the main headline is the imminent test release of the ALERT software components, with some details of the capabilities of the software. There is also news about the ALERT Project […]

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, […]

Want Somewhere to Sleep at the Desktop Summit?

I’m very pleased to say that: If you would like to come too then you need to do a couple of things: Register on the website Find yourself somewhere to stay Cheap accommodation offers expire from 24 June The Desktop Summit team has kindly negotiated reduced rates for you at a number of local hotels. […]

Knock Knock. Who’s There? KDE…

Exciting times for KDE contributors and software users around the world. Coming up in the next couple of months, we have not one, but two, regional KDE conferences that you can attend, meet other KDE enthusiasts, learn about our software and community and get more deeply involved. 2011 is the inaugral KDE conference […]

Thank You, Thomas

Thomas blogged recently about how he Joined the Game. This means that Thomas has chosen, in addition to giving up his time for KDE, to also support KDE by making a financial contribution as an individual supporting member of KDE e.V. You might be wondering what happens to Thomas’s money. He might be too. So […]