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 to Luca and the rest of the KDE Forums team) but is only just becoming active. So if you have a problem, query, tip or idea relating to a KDE application you are using in science, why not check it out? (Of course, bug reports still belong in KDE’s bug tracker).

Scientist grimacing or looking excited

"Come and talk science/KDE" (photo by Okko Pyykkö)

There are also a couple of interesting interviews coming to the Dot very soon, exploring what it is like to use and develop KDE applications for a scientific audience, so watch out for those.

If you’d like to get involved, have some ideas or just want to keep an eye on what we’re up to, please join the KDE science mailing list (which, along with the wiki, is the main point of coordination).

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