DEC
10
2008

KDE4Daily 4.2 Edition

KDE4Daily is an attempt to lower the barrier to entry for people who would like to test KDE trunk in the run-up to 4.2, consisting of a Qemu VM image containing a Kubuntu 8.10 base and a comprehensive set of a self-compiled KDE4 modules from KDE trunk (all at r888587, initially), along with an

JUL
26
2008

Website for the KDE Utilities Launched

The family of KDE websites has got a new member, the site for the fine utilities applications from the module kdeutils. Despite being one of the first modules, kdeutils has always been without its own website. No longer. At utils.kde.org you can now find a lot of information about the KDE Utilities. See for yourself the details of the current set of programs below.

JUL
21
2008

KDE-Bindings / Kross Meeting

Last weekend we hosted the KDE-Bindings and Kross meeting here at the KDAB Office in Berlin/Kreuzberg with the goal of organising, community building and of course hacking. It was the first meeting of its type for a bindings crew, with eight people representing
Ruby,
Python,
C#,
Lua and
PHP. The projects do not all share code bases, and so it was an opportunity to present and review the details of how the implementations worked.

JUN
11
2008

BugSquad turns its attention to Amarok this Sunday!

This coming Sunday, June 15, BugSquad is hosting a BugDay to go triaging through old Amarok bugs. Come join #kde-bugs anytime to get training and help out! No prior experience is necessary, and you don't need any programming knowledge.

MAY
26
2008

Test Latest Builds With KDE4Daily 4.1

With the release of 4.1 on the horizon, and initiatives such as Krush days, recent call for help with documentation, and the perennial need for localisation it is very useful for end users to be able to easily get their hands on up-to-date builds of KDE4, preferably without having to wait for

FEB
21
2008

Quickies: Nepomuk, Raptor, LProf, FOSDEM, Supporting Member

The KDE e.V. welcomes a new Supporting Member, OSN Online Social Network GmbH, a company based in Düsseldorf in Germany. Supporting Members help the community with financial support, their contribution is used for example for sponsoring developer meetings you often read about on the Dot. *** The Nepomuk KDE project that is creating the social semantic desktop on top of KDE has launched its new website.

DEC
6
2007

First KDE Education Meeting a Great Success

Last weekend the members of the KDE-Edu team met in Paris for a meeting about the Education project. The meeting took place at the Mandriva office, where the members got to know each other and started vivid discussions about their applications, life in general, as well as the future and vision of the Edu module. Read on for the report.

JUN
19
2007

More About Nepomuk-KDE: Soprano and KDE Integration

In a follow up story to the "State and Plans of Nepomuk-KDE" post, the second post covers Soprano and the overall integration of NEPOMUK within KDE.

MAR
15
2007

KDE Participating in Google Summer of Code 2007

KDE is happy to be participating in the Google Summer of Code program for the third consecutive year! As usual, we are looking for mentors and students to take us singing through the summer. Whether you have been part of the program in previous years or not, we need your help and fantastic ideas!

If you're a developer:
Make sure that your project ideas are listed on the ideas page.

JAN
23
2007

KDevelop Bug Killing Spree

Thanks to the efforts of the KDevelop team and the bug squad, the number of bugs in KDevelop has been reduced by more than half -- as of the current count, 186 bugs! To find out more, please check out the KDE Bug Tracking System.

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