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What a life… KDE

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  • What a life…
  • In Conversation with Phillip Koops
  • Have Fun with Splash Screens in KDE
  • Amarok GSoC Weeks 4 and 5
  • Graesslin: I'm porting KWin to Frameworks 5, Wayland backburnered
  • Akademy 2013: Report with blackjack

Akademy 2013 - Well Done

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  • Akademy 2013 - Well Done
  • Amarok MTP (Android) GSoC: week 5
  • Another Akademy impressions
  • Krita Webshop: New Designs

KDE tablet Vivaldi starts shipping for quality testing

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Gadgets

muktware.com: Aaron Seigo, a KDE developer, says that the ambitious KDE tablet Vivaldi are shipping to the team for quality testing.

the next kubuntu graphics stack

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Ubuntu

vizzzion.org: One of the things that we have been discussing at length in the past few months is the graphics stack in Kubuntu, and how we’re working towards having Plasma Workspaces 2 running on top of Kubuntu-next and Kubuntu-next-next(-next). In this article, I will explain the strategy we have laid out for a smooth transition.

Memory usage improvements for KDEPIM 4.11

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blogs.kde.org: The other day I went to buy a DDR stick but the shop was closed so the only solution was to sit down and fix some memory hungry applications.

KDE 4.11 RC1 Released

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kde.org: Today KDE released the first release candidate of the new versions of Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform.

An unexpected journey

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martin-graesslin.com: Since my last post quite some progress has been made in getting KWin working on top of a Wayland compositor. My main focus of work has been on the input stack.

spooning, not forking

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vizzzion.org: While other Free software projects drift apart, splitting up in multiple forks that stop talking to each other, differentiate based on the wrong reasons, what we see here during Akademy is projects growing closer to each other. This is a good development, so let’s look at it a bit more detailed.

KDE Manifesto: There and Back Again

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ervin.ipsquad.ne: The KDE Manifesto is almost one year old now... That prompts the obvious question of "Did it have any effect?" And good news, yes it did, so all that work wasn't for nothing!

Also: Akademy 2013 is on

KDE Considering Three Month Release Schedule

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ostatic.com: Àlex Fiestas, KDE developer, has recently proposed a three month release schedule for major releases as opposed to the six month schedule now being practiced. He says it should reduce work load and allow users to get new features quicker.

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