Posts Tagged ‘Community’

Last call for software label designs

Just a quickie: If you haven’t yet submitted your design for a KDE software label then you have just over a week (until 31 May) to do so. There have been some great additions and refinements in the last few weeks and picking the best is going to be a difficult task. But we don’t […]

Going to Akademy

First, in the absence of any nice graphics yet and not wishing to encourage puppy killing by using Paul’s great graphic, I have to settle for: Update: yay, we have an image: A big thanks to everyone on the organising team for their efforts so far and for all that they still have to do […]

KDE Software Labels – moving forwards

A while ago, we asked for designs to accompany our KDE Software Labels. We’ve already got some excellent ideas on the wiki and there will be a Dot article quite soon with one last call for artwork and setting out the process for choosing the best. In the meantime, it’s not too late to add […]

More on contributing

This is a bit of a follow up to my previous post but it’s going to wander around a bit. Growing our mentoring programs One of the common themes was not being sure where to start and needing some guidance. Justin suggested extending mentoring in KDE, which seems like a great idea. We already have […]

Why not contribute?

A while ago I asked “what’s stopping you from joining KDE?”. It was really a rhetorical question but, thinking about it, it is something I’d be interested to hear answers to. There’s an interesting blog post (thanks to Lydia for sharing this on Identica) that points to some possible reasons. It seems the top ones […]