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Yesterday I blogged about how to help testing. Today, let me share how you can facilitate development in other ways. First of all - you can enable testers!Help testersAs I mentioned, openSUSE moved to a rolling release of Factory to facilitate testing. KDE software has development snapshots for a few distributions. ownCloud is actually looking for some help with packaging - if you're interested, ping dragotin or danimo on the owncloud-client-dev IRC channel on freenode (web interface for IRC here). Thanks to everybody helping developers with this!KDE developers hacking in the mountains of SwitzerlandCodingOf course, there is code. Almost all projects I know have developer documentation. ownCloud has the developer manual and the KDE community is writing nothing less than a book about writing software for KDE!Of course - if you want to get into coding ownCloud, you can join us at the ownCloud Contributor Conference in in two weeks in Berlin and KDE has Akademy coming just two weeks later...
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Short answer: because you should.When somebody asks about their missing pet feature in KDE or ownCloud software, I always trow in a request for help in the answer. Software development is hard work and these features don't appear out of nowhere. There are only so many hours in a day to work on the a million things we all agree are important. There are many ways to help out and speed things up a little. In this blog I'd like to highlight testing because I see developers spend a lot of time...
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KDE 4.0 demo in Dresden, 2007 (short hair time, yes) With the KDE 4.0 release we had the issue that everything was one big blob: the libraries, the desktop and the applications, all inter-dependent.Back then, at the end of 2007, the libraries and many of the applications were in a very good shape. Especially the KDE Edu applications I remember: they were stable, pretty and awesome for many months ...
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It took us a while but here it is. And I think we did quite a decent job communicating this to the outside world with articles likeAn extensive overview of and background on Frameworks 5Tech Preview r...
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You might have seen that KDE has a new Konqi drawing. Like our previous mascot, you don't see Konqi very often. That is not just because we don't love Konqi (at least, I do) but also because we don't ...
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In my blog about conf.kde.in, I promised I would blogify my talk about KDE's future but failed to publish it until now. I thought the content might be a good fit for on paper. It took a while, but the...
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday last week, LinuxTag took place in Berlin. A few months ago, in a moment of temporary insanity, I had proposed to three projects to organize their booths: KDE, openSUSE an...
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Tomorrow, 9:45, LinuxTag and DroidCon open the doors in Berlin. The even presents a staggering number of sessions (see LinuxTag on Thursday alone featuring 57 talks). This is in part due to the additi...
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warning: wall-of-text blog. Don't read!I see quite a bit of misconceptions and unhappy-ness around the new search infrastructure in KDE. While a series of small patches has probably fixed most of that...
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Today, I blog about blogging. My goal is to convince you, hard working contributor to KDE, ownCloud or openSUSE, that you should regularly blog about the awesome you do.Blogging is greatContributors b...
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