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05.09.2017 Konversation 2.x in 2018: New user interface, Matrix support, mobile version
Konversation is KDE's chat application for communities. No matter whether someone is a newcomer seeking community, a seasoned participant in one, or a community administrator: our mission is to bring groups of people together, allow them to delight in each other's company, and support their pursuit of shared interests and goals.
28.11.2017 Evolving KDE – The goals are set!
Since Akademy in Almería we have been going through the process of defining goals for KDE for the next 3 to 4 years. Different ideas were proposed and refined. 10 of them made it into the community-wide vote to select 3 of them. Today I am proud to announce the result based on the 684 submitted votes. The 3 goals KDE will be focusing on over the next 3 to 4 years are: Top-notch usability and productivity for basic software: We want our users to love our software and enable them to do their day-to-day work hassle-free. As part of this goal we will focus on polishing our basic software so ...
09.01.2018 Fancy Terminal Prompt
By default, the terminal looks as follows on my Linux distribution: However, if you are working a lot on the terminal, there are a lot of scripts and tricks available in the net that improve the information displayed in the terminal in many ways. For instance, since many many years, I have the following at the end of my ~/.bashrc: # use a fancy prompt
PS1="$PS1 `if [ $? = 0 ]; then echo -e '[33[01;32m]:-)';"
PS1="$PS1 else echo -e '[33[01;31m]:-(' $?; fi`[33[00m]"
PS1="$PS1 $(__git_ps1 "(%s)") $ " Once you open a new terminal, then the appeara...
22.04.2018 Exploring Contributors Centrality Over Time
At the end of my previous post we concluded with yet another question. Indeed, on the 2017 KDEPIM contributor network we found out that Christian Mollekopf while being a very consistent committer didn't appear as centrality as we would expect. Yet from the topology he seemed to act as a bridge between the core contributors and contributors with a very low centrality. This time we'll try to look into this and figure out what might be going on. My first attempt at this was to try to look into the contributor network on a different time period and see how it goes. If we take two snapshots of the ...
22.05.2018 Revisiting my talk at FOSSASIA summit, 2018
Earlier this year, I had the chance to speak about one of KDE community's cool projects that is helpding developers erase the line between desktop and mobile/tablet UI's with ease. I'm referring to the Kirigami UI framework - a set of QtQuick components targetted at the mobile as well as desktop platforms. This is particularly … Continue reading Revisiting my talk at FOSSASIA summit, 2018
05.05.2018 KaOS Linux Celebrates Five Years of Activity with New, Totally Revamped Release
KaOS it's five years old, and you might want to download the KaOS 2018.04 release as it comes with a brand new look and feel, including theme, icons, and login screen, an all-new welcome screen app called Croeso to make setting the system a breeze for newcomers, as well as the most recent KDE software and GNU/Linux technologies.
23.07.2018 Interview with Takiro Ryo
Could you tell us something about yourself? Well, I’m not really sure what to tell about myself. My name is Takiro, I’m from Germany and I’ve liked drawing since I was a little kid although it wasn’t very easy because I never had decent paper and pens. Art wasn’t seen as an actual thing in my family, I guess. I started to take art more serious as a teenager, when I was 14 or 15, with traditional art. Everyone was into Mangas and Anime back then and so was I. I started out with poorly drawn fanarts of my favorite anthropomorphic characters before doing my own thin...
07.08.2018 Musing About Communities Size and Activity: A Follow-up
In my previous post I played with the team size and activity metrics on several communities and see what would come out of it. Interestingly, to me this wasn't necessarily the most interesting of what I posted (it's rather basic in what it presents) but somehow it's the one which triggered the most comments, especially in the KDE community. Looks like I struck a nerve. :-) Anyway, it got quite a lot of good comments, so I thought it deserved a follow-up post with a different tone. For the record, I generally try to avoid putting too much of my own personal opinion in posts where I present metr...
02.10.2018 KDevelop 5.3 beta 1 released
KDevelop 5.3 beta 1 released We are happy to announce the release of KDevelop 5.3 Beta, almost exactly twenty years after KDevelop's first official release! Here's a brief summary of what's new in this version: Analyzers With 5.1, KDevelop got a new menu entry Analyzer which features a set of actions to work with analyzer-like plugins. For 5.2 the runtime analyzer Heaptrack and the static analyzer cppcheck have been added. During the last 5.3 development phase, we added another analyzer plugin which now is shipped to you out of the box: Clazy Clazy is a clang analyzer plugin specialized on Qt-...
04.09.2018 Come meet KDE in Denver - September 6-9
This week, Aleix (KDE eV Vice Predisdent), Albert Vaca (KDE Connect maintainer) and me will be in Denver to attend the Libre Application Summit 2018.Libre Application Summit is unfortunately not free to attend so even if i'd urge you to come and see the amazing talks we're going to give I can see why not everyone would want to come.So I'm going to say that if you're in the Denver area and are a KDE fan, write a comment here and maybe we can meet for drinks or something :)