OCT
18
2013

KDE Accomplishments - Google Summer of Code 2013

Google Summer of Code 2013 (GSoC) brought fifty budding new shoots and branches to the mighty KDE family tree, and the canopy of warmth and love offered by the community helped them blossom and bloom in the three months of the program. With a few snips, a little trimming and pruning, they have learned, innovated, created and contributed to one of the largest free and open source communities in the world, and have developed software that will touch many people around the world.

OCT
16
2013

KDE Commit-Digest for 6th October 2013

OCT
13
2013

5 Years of KDE Community Forums

The KDE Community makes software; most of the people in the Community are software developers. However, this large and extensive community includes more than just the people who write software. Among the many non-technical contributors there are translators, bug finders and fixers, writers, promoters, and those who provide user support. User support is critical to KDE's success, because it provides a way for technical issues to be properly reported to people who can do something about them.

OCT
11
2013

KDE Commit-Digest for 29th September 2013

OCT
4
2013

KDE Commit-Digest for 22nd September 2013

OCT
2
2013

ezgo - Free And Open Source Software In Taiwan's Schools

Free and Open Source Software in Taiwan has made impressive strides thanks to the work of the 'ezgo' team. They have put together a pre-configured set of Open Source software which makes it easy for teachers and students to get up and running. The New Taipei City government has decided to install ezgo 11 on 10,000 PCs for elementary schools, bringing thousands of students in contact with Linux, KDE and educational Free Software. The ezgo team has written up an account of ezgo and how it came to be. Enjoy the read!

SEP
30
2013

KDE Commit-Digest for 15th September 2013

SEP
28
2013

KDE Commit-Digest for 8th September 2013

SEP
25
2013

Frameworks 5

A recent Dot article explained changes in the KDE release cycle that will be happening with the upcoming introduction of Frameworks 5. The changes to KDE's core libraries are enough to warrant a name change from 'Platform' to 'Frameworks'. This article provides some background, an overview of the changes, and the benefits and improvements that can be expected from KDE Frameworks 5 for the entire Qt community. A later article will address Frameworks 5 benefits for KDE developers.

SEP
20
2013

KDE Commit-Digest for 1st September 2013

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