Archive for October, 2009

Hello Planet (and a request for help)

Hello PlanetKDE (and thanks to Jonathan Riddell for adding me). Firstly, a quick about me bit. Well quickish, I do meander a bit sometimes. I first encountered KDE in 2004. Wow, that seems a long time ago now, but I know that still makes me a relative newb compared to some of you. I didn’t […]

Magnatune is really quite good nowadays

I’ve always really quite liked Magnatune, ever since (I guess) about 2005 when I first became aware of it. However, back then browsing and listening to the music was not that easy and – as far as I got around to exploring – there wasn’t really that much of the music that really appealed to […]

Status and missing posts

Well, I think I’ve rescued as much of my content as possible from the old site. Everything that was in the database CMS is gone forever so there is a big gap between 2006 (the last articles using plain text files) and September 2009 (switch to WordPress). This means there will be a whole load […]

Interview with LabPlot and SciDAVis developers

The following is the full text of an email interview I conducted with the developers of the LabPlot and SciDAVis scientific graphing applications. This has formed the basis for my article on the applications on KDE Dot News. 1. First could you introduce yourself and explain your current role in your project(s)? TB: My name […]