Archive for June, 2011

WebWorld Video (Ok, GIF…) Blog

So it’s not all work at WebWorld. We find the odd moment to relax. Here, Eugene urges you to use KDE software. And here we see some action from the ongoing Fussball tournament. I’ll have to keep a bit of an eye on what these are doing to my traffic usage, so enjoy them while […]

KDE WebWorld Day Two

Well, we’re still in sunny Essen at the excellent LinuxHotel as part of the WebWorld Sprint. More on the websites Today we have been looking at content management systems to see if one can fit our needs for As part of this I have played with Joomla for the first time (having used only […]

KDE WebWorld Day One

Ok, we seem to have reached some consensus – today (Thursday) is day one. And what a day… Userbase Part of the team has been working hard on Userbase, fixing issues, changing editing guidance, exploring anonymous editing, improving translation tools and tweaking the look and feel. The Main KDE Website The rest of us worked […]

KDE WebWorld Day Zero

Or was it ‘Day One’? I can never quite decide… Either way, it was Wednesday, though after spending Tuesday night awake in the airport I was a little disoriented. The WebWorld Sprint has begun at the Linux Hotel near Essen in Germany. All the attendees arrived throughout Wednesday and – in contrast to conditions in […]