Avid KDE user and Linux- and Open-Source-advocate Bill Kendrick will be discussing the ways KDE creates a rich, useful and fun user experience for Linux newbies and hackers alike.
Bill Kendrick has become addicted to his KDE 3.2 desktop, recently set up a Konqueror-based kiosk for a local cafe, and even switched his father from an aging Macintosh to Debian Linux running KDE, with success and ease.
On Tuesday, April 6th, 2004, Bill will present "KDE: A User's Perspective" at the Linux Users' Group of Davis, California (near Sacramento; close to the San Francisco Bay Area).
LUGOD meets at 6:30pm at the Davis Public Library, 314 East 14th Street. This presentation will be geared towards a non-technical crowd. The event is free, and open to the public. For details, visit: http://www.lugod.org/meeting.