Posts Tagged ‘Beyond KDE’

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 […]

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 […]

Bad Behavior

I’ve been getting a lot of spam recently (Akismet has blocked a lot, but manually removing what gets through is getting tedious) along with a whole load of junk traffic in the logs. I’m also not a fan of CAPTCHAs or requiring logins, so I’ve decided to give Bad Behavior a try. A potential downside […]

Flattr

Flattr is intriguing – will it work? I mean will it continue to grow, will people renew their subscriptions and ‘normal’ people join (by ‘normal’ I mean people who are not early adopters – people techie enough to have a PayPal account perhaps). In case you don’t know, the principle of Flattr is that you […]