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Meet Cornelius Schumacher - Akademy Keynote SpeakerFresh
Cornelius Schumacherphoto by Michal Kubeček At Akademy 2014, outgoing KDE e.V. Board President Cornelius Schumacher will give the community keynote. He has attended every Akademy and has been amazed and inspired at every one of them. If you want more of what KDE can bring to your life, Cornelius's talk is the perfect elixir. Here are glimpses of Cornelius that most of us have never seen. They give a sense of what has made him a successful leader of KDE for several years. Behind the KDE sceneFood? I like eating, and I like cooking. I'm a recipe type of cook, so I have a large collection of cook books. At the moment Jamie Oliver is one of the favorites in my family. Especially his 30 minute menus fascinate me in terms of well-thought-through procedures. Sometimes I feel the urge to revolutionize the way recipes are presented, though. Especially these kind of sophisticated procedures such as the 30 minutes menus deserve a more accurate and consumable way of being presented, don't they?...
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KDE Commit-Digest for 25th May 2014

In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Amarok implements popular demand to restore scroll location when collection filter is cleared; adds a new option to support icon-view large thumb size (over 256x256 px) Plasma desktop streamlines comment fields of KCMs by applying common language and type-setting to the systemsettings modules in kde-workspace Kopete adds support for SOCKS5 proxy in ICQ protocol Umbrello sees work on UML 2.0 Krita adds the indexed color filter Porting to KF5/Qt5 continues, includ...
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Meet Sascha Meinrath - Akademy Keynote Speaker

Sascha Meinrathphoto from fisl quinze (Fórum Internacional do Software Livre) CC-BY-SA A few weeks ago, the keynote speakers for Akademy were announced. KDE is fortunate to have Sascha Meinrath at Akademy in Brno, Czech Republic to open our eyes about hot topics and important issues. Sascha's work doesn't fit into limited categories; he's an activist, think tank founder, policy pundit, hacker, f...
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what is "the desktop"?

Over the course of this series of blog entries, we've seen how laptops are gaining features commonly associated with tablets and vice versa. We've looked back at how KDE pivoted from being desktop-mac...
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Projects Around the World

People who publish on WordPress.com are active around the world: following their passions, telling important stories, and helping others.
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Running on Cheese and Chocolate

This is a big thank you, a thank you to all the people who made the Randa Meeting 2014 possible, the people who invested their time and their energy to go there and work on free software, and the...
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Ferguson: Ten Bloggers Speak Out

In the days since Michael Brown's shooting, bloggers have taken to their sites to share their thoughts on race, violence, media, and more.
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Como crear un ebook con Markdown y Pandoc

Introducción No es la primera vez que escribo sobre como crear un ebook en Ubuntu, pero en este caso está orientado al uso de markdown, sobre el que en los últimos tiemmpos he escrito varios artíc...
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Uribista, aterriza.

Conservador, comienzas a parecerte a un “blanco” no por que digas que ya puedes viajar por carretera (tus viajes deberían ser en Avión, en primera clase ¿no?), ó por que trates despect...
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