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29.04.2008 Aaron Seigo (aseigo): ... on scripting
Whenever one creates something, the question "who is my audience?" is pretty important. Even if you don't ask it explicitly, there is an answer implicit in your performance. It is one of those "no answer is an answer" scenarios; the answer can not be escaped even if the question is avoided.So I like to ask myself that question explicitly... and a lot. The answer changes both from project to project as well as over time. I used to play music for other people to listen to, but these days I play it just for myself. (I'm pretty sure the world is a happier place for it, too. ;) Plasma, however, it ...
29.04.2008 Dan Jensen (leinir): Ceiling Cat is watching you tag!
In the beginning, the benevolent Ceiling Cat saw that Amarok 2 required tagging abilities, and He saw that it was sorely lacking in both quality and scope. And lo! a solution was presented, in the form of our very own Summer of KDE student Teo, who will be joining the Amarok squad and create the tagging solutions for Amarok 2! My name is Teo Mrnjavac and I study computer science at the University of Trieste, Italy. My initial proposal was to implement mass tagging in Amarok 2, but givent the current state of things I will have to do a bit of porting to implement basic tagging support as well...
26.10.2015 Interview with Laura
Could you tell us something about yourself? My name is Laura, and I currently live in Calgary, Alberta. Aside from 2D art, I model/sculpt with Blender, Maya, and ZBrush. I enjoy running and board sports, and I love science and cats! Do you paint professionally, as a hobby artist, or both? For the moment, I only paint/illustrate as a hobby or for free, but in the future I hope to make my hobby my profession once I gain more experience and skill. I hope to apply my 2D/3D skills to the entertainment and medical industry. What genre(s) do you work in? My favorite genre would be cartoon art. Child...
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15.03.2016 3.0 Pre-alpha 3 is out!
Today was an important day for the Krita project! We entered feature freeze! That means that from now on until the release of Krita 3.0, which is planned for April 27th, we won’t be working on adding new features, but we’ll be fixing bugs, fixing bugs and fixing more bugs! If you want to help us identify and triage bugs, read this article: “Ways to Help Krita: Bug Triaging“. It’s the first of what’s intended to be a series of reference articles on ways to help Krita grow and become better and better. Since Krita 3.0 is frozen, we know exactly which Kickstart...
12.05.2008 Egon Willighagen: Tagging email with Nepomuk?
KDE-Nepomuk dude, and has been running a few cool blogs, for example about We Don't Search... and Strigi has a super ontology (as in super set), to which we can add chemistry bits.I have yet to install KDE 4.1, assuming that a good deal of truegs work found its way into that. At least, the virtual folders bit, I hope. But just imagine tying together PDFs, PDB entries, etc, I have on my desktop, all belonging to a diabetes, by just typing this URL: nepomuksearch:/diabetes.On a different note, this tagging if available in jriddel) :
16.05.2008 editors/codelite - r1528
- New port: codelite
CodeLite is a powerful open-source, cross platform code editor for the
C/C++ programming languages.
Approved by: miwi (mentor)
07.04.2008 Aaron Seigo (aseigo): in france
I'm in France right now. Toulouse, to be more precise. Kevin Ottens' (you may know him from Solid in KDE4) living room to be even more precise. It's 6:30 in the morning and Kevin and I are sitting here getting some work done early in the day so that we may go out a bit earlier in the afternoon to enjoy some of the city.I've already taken an ungodly number of pictures in my first day here as I play with my new toy: a Cannon EOS 400. I've never actually owned an SLR before, and there's much to learn, but I'm having fun with it. It's been great so far traveling with P.: we was awesome on the flig...
26.07.2008 VI Toolkit (the PowerShell one) $5K contest + GA
I think I've made it clear that I believe the VI Toolkit (for Windows) is one of the most powerful tools VMware has ever made for VI admins. It's designed at just the right level of abstraction that lets a...