Archive for March, 2011

Some Thoughts on Diaspora

Courtesy of a fellow KDE contributor, I managed to get my hands on an invite to, a Diaspora pod from the project’s founders. It allows you to try out the software without installing it to make your own pod (there are also plenty of other public pods – I haven’t checked any of those […]

Collaboration’s Rise: New Host for KDE Promo Sprint

It’s always nice when you find people a whole lot more enthusiastic about working with you than you expect. You know, when you mention KDE and free software to someone and they not only know what you are talking about, but love it too. Something similar to that happened recently when I contacted the University […]

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 […]