AUG
29
2005

aKademy 2005 Concludes Users Conference

The KDE Users and Administrators Conference has finished after two successful days of talks, discussion and partying. Highlights from today include Boudewijn Rempt's Krita talk (PDF transcript) and Dirk Müller's update on Firefox/KDE integration.

AUG
27
2005

aKademy 2005 Kicked Off!

Following yesterday's rousing KDE e.V. meeting, aKademy 2005 officially kicked off today with dual presentation tracks filled with content designed for users and system administrators. At the same time the hacking rooms were full of busy developers from morning until evening at which point everyone went to a party sponsored by Novell.

AUG
2
2005

KDE to be Present at Wikimania 2005

Wikimania 2005, the first international Wikimedia conference, will be held in
Frankfurt am Main, Germany, starting next Thursday and finishing on Monday.
Following the announcement of the
Wikipedia-KDE Cooperation the KDE Project has been
invited by Wikipedia
to join Wikimania 2005.

JUL
28
2005

Open Source Desktop Workshops: San Diego

Registration has begun for those wanting to attend the first Open Source Desktop Workshop to be held on October 13th and 14th in San Diego, California! Open Source Desktop Workshops are affordable educational events that bring top-flight Open Source desktop developers together with those who are looking to gain the skills necessary to join them.

JUL
5
2005

Report: KDE at LugRadio Live

LugRadio is a fortnightly podcast covering everything Open Source and last weekend they held the first community run Linux exhibition in England. Jonathan Riddell, lead developer of Kubuntu, and Ben Lamb were there to demo the newly released KOffice 1.4, Kubuntu and the upcoming features of KDE 3.5.

JUL
5
2005

Report: KDE at Le Droit D'auteur et Vous

Last weekend KDE exhibited at Le Droit D'auteur et Vous (Copyrights and You) a one day event in Montréal. KDE developers were there showing off KDE 3.4.1, the latest development version and handing out Kubuntu CDs. There were lots of questions for the exhibitors and lots of praise for KDE too. Read the full report below.

JUN
29
2005

KDE at LinuxTag 2005: Summary and Technologies

As LinuxTag 2005 is over, many KDE contributors went home to implement ideas
that were discussed during the event. In case you got lost among all of the
announcements, here's an easy-to-click-through list of new features.
Before reading, you might want to have a look at the pictures, and there are
now more added daily to the community photo list.

JUN
25
2005

Google Summer of Code: Results In

After reviewing the list of submissions, Google has released this morning the final list of Summer of Code proposals they have accepted. Out of 8000+ entries, 410 were selected and KDE proponents were awarded 24 out of those which equals $120,000 of support for KDE technology.

JUN
23
2005

KDE to Demo at Montréal's Copyright and You Day

KDE will be present at the Droit D'auteur et Vous event in Montréal (Québec) on July 3rd. The event is to promote Free Software and Richard Stallman will be giving a talk on copyright. There is an expo for LUGs and other organisations where KDE has booked a stall to show off the latest KDE & KOffice and to hand out limited edition Kubuntu CDs.

JUN
22
2005

KDE at LinuxTag 2005: First Day Impressions

The annual KDE show at LinuxTag has begun already. With talks about KCall and 'KDE: 3, 2, 1!', users had a great chance to learn about existing and new features of KDE. The booth was crowded as always. We were visited by politicians, entrepreneurs interested in deploying the Kiosk framework on Internet terminals, and for tomorrow a guided tour for pupils is planned so they can learn about how to effectively use their new desktop in school - which is KDE.

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