MAY
24
2007

KDE to be Present at LUGRadio Live 2007

KDE will be exhibiting at LUGRadio Live 2007 which is back in Wolverhampton, England on July 7th and 8th. The event, now in its third year, is the largest gathering of Free Software projects in the UK. LUGRadio Live overlaps with the end of aKademy in Glasgow so you may want to stop by on your way home.

MAY
13
2007

KOffice ODF Sprint Kickoff

The day before the real start of the KOffice meeting in Berlin, most developers had already arrived. After checking in and having dinner, they started hacking away at the KDAB office. Read on to learn about how this went and the plans the developers have for KOffice 2 and the coming weekend!

APR
28
2007

Text Layout Summit 2007 at aKademy

The aKademy team is pleased to announce that we will be hosting the Text Layout Summit 2007 during our week in Glasgow. This is the second Text Layout Summit following the success of the event at Gnome's Boston Summit last year.

APR
26
2007

aKademy's Bonny Banks Day Trip; Register By Monday for Accommodation

Thursday at aKademy 2007 will be our Bonny Banks Day Trip. A chance to get out from infront of your computer, we will be taking the short journey to Loch Lomond. Use this as a chance to socialise and discuss KDE matters without the distraction of the internet. Take your pick from walking along the shores or in the forest, taking the ferry out to expore the island or just sitting about having a coffee in the village, but be back in time for the barbeque on the beach.

APR
24
2007

aKademy 2007: Edu & School Day

You are invited to aKademy Edu & School Day on Tuesday 3rd July. This day will focus on installing and running free educational software in schools, presenting software as well as getting feedback from teachers and community people. Read on for details.

Highlights include:

APR
19
2007

Kubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Released

Kubuntu 7.04, development codename "The Feisty Fawn", was released today. Free CDs are available through ShipIt. Kubuntu prides itself on working towards the perfect KDE GNU/Linux solution, and with this latest release the development team worked harder than ever to do just this. 7.04 includes many updates, new features, and the latest releases of your favorite applications.

APR
16
2007

KDE at CeBIT 2007 Report

KDE was present at Cebit 2007 in Hannover, the world's largest IT fair. The booth was located inside the LinuxPark in Hall 5, where Linux New Media had given us and other open source projects the opportunity to present their work. Alexander Neundorf, KDE buildsystem maintainer and the booth manager in charge for large parts of the event, considers this year's CeBIT "a very successful event for KDE". Read on for his report.

APR
14
2007

Call for Location of aKademy 2008

While you are booking your travel for aKademy 2007, have a thought about whether you could host aKademy 2008. We are looking for a large institution to host our world summit sometime in the summer of 2008. There needs to be a dedicated local team to organise an event like this who will work in partnership with KDE e.V. The aKademy requirements describe what is needed in greater detail.

APR
13
2007

aKademy Conference Programme Available

The programme for aKademy's conference is now available. With KDE 4 technologies now moving into place the talks give a superb overview of the state of the art on the free desktop. Themes include KDE 4 pillars, language bindings, applications, quality control, libraries, operating systems & distributions and community.

APR
12
2007

aKademy 2007 Registration Open

aKademy 2007 is now open for registration. aKademy is KDE's World Summit, a week long event for all KDE contributors, industry partners and users. The week starts with a two day conference, and is set to include a tutorial day and a schools and education day. As always, attendance to aKademy is free of charge, but you must register. Registration must be in by the end of the month if you want the aKademy Team to book your accommodation for you. See you in Glasgow!

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