Posts Tagged ‘Beyond KDE’


Every now and again, my laptop breaks in some interesting kind of way (it’s old, but I’m sort of fond of it as it’s light and has five hours of battery life from each of two batteries and I’m a poor impoverished student). This normally results in me replacing some component and then, if needed, […]

I’ve Started, So I’ll Finish

This is a multi-part blog post on many rambling topics… LabPlot website Last year, shortly after they had helped me with the interview, I contacted the LabPlot developers to see if they might be interested in a bit of help updating their website. It seemed like a nice, self contained and quick project that I […]

Fourteen Reasons to be KDE

In case you’re sleeping under a rock today, KDE is celebrating its 14th birthday. I still see myself as a newbie round these parts, but I can already think of fourteen things I’ve experienced that made me and make me part of KDE. To be free to try To be free to fail To be […]

Akademy Report at TechRadar

This is quite old news (but new to me). It turns out that TechRadar has published a version (slightly shortened, I think) of the Akademy report I wrote for Linux Format. So, if you don’t get Linux Format and didn’t make it to Akademy (or have a bad memory) then you might find it interesting. […]

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 […]