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KDE joins the Outreach Program for Women

  KDE will – for the first time this year – participate in the “Outreach Program for Women”. This was originally started by GNOME, but has also other participating organisations like Wikimedia, Mozilla, Fedora and others. With KDAB as our … Continue reading

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We Love Free Software!

It’s this time of the year again, where we express our love for what and whom we like: This year I want to express my personal thanks to the kmail¬†developers for the awesome work during the last year, the KDE … Continue reading

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Triagers and testers needed…

… for a bugsprint about Kmail! I had the great pleasure to meet with Kmail developer Laurent Montel at Akademy in Tallinn and we discussed the state of Kmail bugs. We agreed upon the work that needs to be done … Continue reading

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Kubuntu Council Elections 2012 – We Need You!

As already announced by Harald on Kubuntu.org, we need new members for the Kubuntu Council. Don’t forget the deadline next weekend! Hurry up, get your wiki profile updated and submit your candidacy to the Kubuntu-devel mailing list. I decided to … Continue reading

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Last week in Amarok

The last days working towards a release We plan to release Amarok 2.4 at the end of this week and our developers have concentrated their efforts on fixing release blockers and eventual regressions. A lot of users helped us with … Continue reading

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In an ideal world…

… every Free Software project should not only have developers, but also graphical artists usability experts user support specialists documentation writers/translators software translators bug triagers marketing ninjas community managers release managers website and wiki maintainers unlimited funds… Amarok is very … Continue reading

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