KDE people getting to know our Gnome friends. The Gnome chap gave me a bit hug just after so it must have gone well whatever they were talking about.
Ruphy on WikiToLearn one of the more stylish speakers of the day
Rasterman gave a talk on Enlightenment and how it’s being ported to Wayland for use in Tizen projects and more. Turns out Rasterman is a real person called Carsten, good speaker too.
Paul holds court to discuss in Project Kobra. No I’ve no idea.
Stephen Kelly on his CMake addon CMakeDaemon which lets IDEs understand CMake files for code completion and highlighting goodness.
It’s the KDE neon launch party, what a happy bunch.
KDE neon website is now live.
Serving the freshest packages of KDE software. Developers’ archive with packages built from KDE Git available now, stable archive with packages built from released tars coming soon.
Launch party tonight in La Paon, Grand Place, Brussels
(Under a .uk domain name until we finish the KDE incubation process.)
KDE neon launches this weekend at FOSDEM.
The launch party is on Saturday in La Paon, Grand Place, still time to sign up if you want to come.
My talk is on Sunday in the desktop devroom at 12:45CET.
And I’ll be on the KDE stall in building K demoing it and talking about it to anyone who’s interested.
Holding website at http://neon.kde.org.uk/
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I like these Italians, they make good food and use canoes as plant pots
Oh it’s gorgeous
Here is deepest Padania a 4 story mansion provides winter cover to KDE developers working to free your computers.
I woke up this morning and decided I liked it
The mansion keeps a close lock on the important stuff
The pool room has a table with no pockets, it must be posh
The not so important stuff
Jens will not open the borgen to the Danish
David prefers Flappy Birds to 1000€ renaissance painting
Engineers fail to implement continuous integration
Bring on the 7 course meal!
In the basement Smaug admires the view
Guest Blog for Arnav Dhamija, first year computer science undergraduate at BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus.
Hey everyone, I am a first year undergraduate student at the university and I have an idea I want to use for the GSoC with KDE to make Dolphin an even better file manager. My project idea revolves around making file selections from multiple directory trees as easy as possible.
A full description of my project can be found here: https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/126622/
And the user survey link for features and usability improvements can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L9LDW2P
TIA for the feedback : )