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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
Get your Christmas presents: Amarok 2.5 and KDE 4.7.4 on Windows!
Our KDE-Windows team has been working silently in the background to present you a whole new experience: You can now use your preferred Desktop experience and Audio player on MS Windows, too! Indeed, Amarok 2.5 is the first stable version we release … 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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Podcast: Ian Monroe on KDE Masters of the Universe
Gamaral at Work. Image by Martin Cathrae KDE developer and master conspiracy theorist Gamaral has recorded a new Podcast episode of KDE and the Masters of the Universe. This time, the main guest is Amarok developer Ian “THE BEARD” Monroe, … Continue reading
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Want to test the phonon-vlc backend? Here you go :)
As some of you might have read in Mark Kretschmann’s blog, we now have a fairly good phonon-vlc backend that already works better in many ways than other available backends. It is still in alpha stage, but we would love … Continue reading
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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User behaviour in the open and closed source world, and why I use Free Software
Funny how people behave sometimes: I remember from the times I was still in the Closed Source user fraction, I sometimes send bug reports and/or wishes which were simply ignored, as I was a insignificant small user, not investing much … Continue reading
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