APR
1
2002

People of KDE: Kristof Borrey

In this week's episode of
The People Behind KDE, we travel to
Leopoldsburg in
La Belgique where we meet
Kristof Borrey.

MAR
27
2002

People of KDE: Eva Brucherseifer

In this hectic week before the KDE 3.0 release,
Tink
found time to interview
Eva Brucherseifer for
this week's episode of
The People Behind KDE.
Eva is an electrical engineer from Germany and a driving force behind
the KDE-Women
and KDE-Edu projects and the

MAR
19
2002

People of KDE: Andy Fawcett

One of the more recent endeavours in the KDE world is the KDEduware project. A strong and valiant team is playing hard with this new enterprise. Tink speaks this week to
a member of this team, Andy Fawcett.

MAR
11
2002

People of KDE: Neil Stevens

Did you ever, without any particular reason whatsoever, wonder "Who is Neil?"
Despair no longer, for in this week's installment of
The People Behind KDE, Tink came up with a whole new
set of questions to find out.
To learn what Neil wears inside
and outside his bed or what his plans are for Noatun, jump straight to the

MAR
4
2002

People of KDE: Falk Brettschneider

Come sit along our campfire, kids! In this week's installment of
The People Behind KDE,
we finally meet someone who not only isn't
afraid to sing, but who even brought his own guitar with him!
So come join us and learn a thing or two about Falk Brettschneider,
famous for
QextMDI
and his contributions to

FEB
26
2002

OSNews: Interview with Mandrake's & KDE's David Faure

OSNews is featuring an interesting interview with David Faure, the French KDE developer who works for Mandrake, and whose code and contributions can be found in many core elements of KDE.

FEB
25
2002

People of KDE: Jaime Robles

Sit back and relax! This week's episode of
The People behind KDE
takes you to
Spain.
It is of course no coincidence that it is here that
Tink spoke with
Jaime Robles, member of the Spanish KDE translation team. Learn a little Spanish yourself through

FEB
18
2002

People of KDE: Dwayne Bailey

After a short reprieve, Tink is back with a new interview. Dwayne Bailey, a KDE friend who bears an amazing resemblance to a fetus' ultrasound image, is involved in translating KDE into the many languages spoken in South Africa. Dwayne's work recently drew high praise from a South African official organization. Great work, Mr. Bailey.

FEB
4
2002

People of KDE: Cornelius Schumacher

Tink's weekly report from the steady journey through our fellowship features today the author of Kandy and the present maintainer of the highly-praised KOrganizer. We thus name Cornelius Schumacher.

JAN
29
2002

People of KDE: Chris Howells

From the old british kingdom, Tink brings to you this week the feelings and the thoughts of Chris Howells. One of the youngest members of our community, Chris is an excellent proof of the kind of diversity and richness that KDE's people bring to the project. In the distant time of glory and legend when KDE got started, Chris was too young to even care.

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