Archive for September, 2010

If you’re near Madrid tonight…

Why not head over to Medialab-Prado at Plaza de las Letras to see KDE superstar, Akonadi demystifier and e.V. board member (enough hype already?) Sebas give a presentation at 1900 local time? He’ll be talking about how to manage a large community like KDE, interaction with GNOME and the upcoming joint Desktop Summit. If you […]

The Difference Between Apple and Linux

Mike has ditched Linux for Mac OS X. His blog post and most of the comments are quite measured, which is nice. A lot of Mike’s criticisms are probably quite valid too. However, he is comparing quite different things – a complete solution purchased from Apple with an unsupported and free software install on Apple […]

Lets Make the Dot Better

I remember when I first started taking an interest in KDE and particularly when I started contributing articles to the Dot that it seemed a bit of a shadowy organisation. Who were they? How did they get articles? How did they decide when and whether to publish articles and why did my stuff disappear for […]

KDE Science: New Forum, Mailing List and News

Following up on a talk, subsequent discussion, a Dot article and a couple of blog posts, the nascent/resurrected KDE Science group is happy to announce the availability of a new area in the KDE forums dedicated to discussion of KDE software in science and similar fields. Actually, that was set up a while ago (thanks […]

WebKDE Roundup (Who Is KDE Part 4)

Continuing Jos’s exploration of cool KDE blogs, here are a few more places you can find some nice reviews of KDE software. Over in Iran the blog of Saeid Zebardast, you will find a variety of free software related articles and occasional tips relating to KDE software. In India, Swaroop CH is a long time […]