Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
dot.kde.org: KDE is delighted to announce its latest releases—Version 4.7—providing major updates to the KDE Plasma Workspaces, KDE Applications, and the KDE Platform.
datamation.com: Customization has always had a high priority on the Linux desktop. That hasn't changed now that the two major desktops have become three -- GNOME, KDE and Ubuntu's Unity. If anything, as much as two-thirds of the complaints are about this trio.
kate-editor.org: For me, it (still) feels very unnatural to talk about us as KDE. I’m still thinking in terms of the KDE community; and the KDE Project releases the KDE Desktop (or just KDE).
neverendingo.blogspot: Some readers might remember, some time back we talked about setting up stats for most of our KDE Websites. Yes, we did. And i thought it is time to share something of that with you.
phoronix.com: Ahead of the Berlin Desktop Summit, several GNOME and KDE developers have begun a mailing list battle...over a name.
makeuseof.com: It hasn’t been too long ago (since the beginning of this month, in fact) that I switched from using a GNOME desktop to a KDE desktop for my Linux system. This article is all about the features that are meant to boost your productivity and how to use them.
datamation.com: The problems in the 4.7 release reveal that KDE is making little movement toward solutions.
landorsplace.wordpress: I was just looking at another distribution. My mind was telling me that it remembered that the last time I looked at a distribution using the KDE 3.5X series I thought it looked antiquated at best. I’s time to give up on a lot of the interfaces.
blog.martin-graesslin: Jos blog post today reminded me that I had a look at the Harmony Agreements and tried to decide for me whether I would consider to sign such a CA. To make it short:
datamation.com: The perfect desktop would be the one you design yourself. Failing that, which of the main Linux desktops is right for you?
dwasifar.com: I’ve been writing about Mint a lot recently, and if you’ve been reading those, you know already what I think of Mint, which is quite positive. I’m just going to touch on those areas where the KDE edition differs significantly from the Gnome version.
ostatic.com: Back in March we looked at KDE's new Plasma project for portable devices. At the time it offered some interesting effects and a new work flow philosophy. But as far as new interfaces might go, it wasn't totally alien. However, as developers sometimes do, they want to take it even further.