Posts Tagged ‘Conferences’

Comunicação, संचार, Связь, Comunicación, 通讯, Communication, Kommunikation

I do hope Google Translate has got those right – and I love German for its abundant use of the letter K (for the curious they are, hopefully: Portugese, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, Chinese (simplified), English/French and German) So, what’s this all about? Well, KDE “is an international technology team” – it says so on the […]

Calling KDE Scientists

Are you a (student, grad-student, post-doc, lecturer, professor, working in the big bad private sector) scientist? Do you use KDE software? Do you use KDE software for your science? If you can answer ‘yes’ to two or more of the above then I would love to hear from you. Update: Well, actually, I have plenty […]

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 […]

Social networks, wikis, collaboration tools… Can KDE make them suck less?

If you’re reading this via Google Buzz then this post was brought to you by WordPress,, Twitter and Google. That’s either impressive or horrifying… Social Media tools suck On the one hand, it’s kind of nice that interoperation is possible at all, but on the other it’s a silly chain with many unnecessary points […]

Odds and ends

It’s been one of those busy weeks that come up from time to time, both on the work front and a few personal things to deal with (both have been hard work, but good as possible results all round). The net result is that I’ve felt like I haven’t really had the time for KDE […]