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People Behind KDE: Olivier Goffart

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Olivier Goffart

Date: 27 July 2006

A SHORT INTRO
Age: 21
Located in: Liège, Belgium
Profession: Student
Nickname on IRC: Gof
Blog: http://blog.bepointbe.be (in French)

THE INTERVIEW

In what ways do you make a contribution to KDE?

I'm a developer of Kopete. I work on the Kopete core, and on some plugins. I was the MSN plugin maintainer, but now I'm more focused on Jabber.

I'm developing a next generation of KNotify for KDE 4.
And I do a little work or bugfixes on various others part of KDE when required, specially in kdelibs.

I have also helped to set up kdetalk.net, the server Jabber for KDE.

When did you first hear of KDE?

Full Story.

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