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KDE and Akademy

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  • Plasma 5: Keeping an Eye on the Disk Quota

    At this year’s KDE conference Akademy, I was working on a small plasmoid to continuously track the disk quota.

    The disk quota is usually used in enterprise installations where network shares are mounted locally. Typically, sysadmins want to avoid that users copy lots of data into their folders, and therefor set quotas (the quota limit has nothing to do with the physical size of a partition). Typically, once a user gets over the hard limit of the quota, the account is blocked and the user cannot login anymore. This happens from time to time, since the users are not really aware of the current quota limit and the already used disk space.

  • KDEPIM 5.0

    KDEPIM 5.0 is the port of kdepim to kf5/qt5.

  • rsibreak port to KF5 started!

    I just started the port of rsibreak to KF5.

  • Akademy 2015
  • Akademy 2015 and Akademy-es 2015 recap

    Finally thanks to the both Akademy and Akademy-es sponsors. Specially Qindel, that sponsored us for the first time, hope we can continue the relationship in the future.

  • Plasma 5 (KDE) In Testing

    A few days ago, fellow Qt/KDE team member Lisandro gave an update on the situation with migration to Plasma 5 in Debian Testing (AKA Stretch). It’s changed again. All of Plasma 5 is now in Testing. The upgrade probably won’t be entirely smooth, which we’ll work on that after the gcc5 transition is done, but it will be much better than the half KDE4 SC half Kf5/Plasma 5 situation we’ve had for the last several days.