The Podcast Monkey, Mod MattHe, talks to Mod Moltare, Mod Asherz, Mod Raven and Mod Michelle about the new Community Development team.
Take a walk through the second part of Prifddinas – Lost City of the Elves – and meet the remaining four clans in this week’s Behind the Scenes.
Telegram Purple is a Pidgin (and other Libpurple-based messengers) plugin which adds support for Telegram.The plugin is based on Telegram-cli, a full-featured terminal-based client for Telegram, and is in early (pre-alpha) development stages. Right now, it supports the following features:chats / group-chats:send / receive messages;discover buddies/chats;discover buddy state and info;profile pictures: download and use profile […]
TeamViewer is a popular application for remote control, desktop sharing, file transfer, online meetings and more, that’s available for Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, Android and iPhone. The application is free (freeware) for personal use and the Linux version uses Wine, which comes bundled with it (so users don’t have to install Wine to be able […]
Crush your skill weak spots with extra Bonus XP this weekend!
The 2014 results are in for the Jagex Clan Cup, including all the mini cups.
So you have an online store with great products, now what? The success of your business depends on bringing in customers. But how can you attract those customers without cash flow and brand recognition? Growth hacking. Simply put, growth hacking … Read more
Berlin, November 5, 2014 – The Document Foundation announces Certification for LibreOffice Migrations and LibreOffice Training Professionals, open to TDF Members until April 2015 and then to all free software advocates. Details are available at http://www.documentfoundation.org/certification. “LibreOffice Certification is an absolute first for a community based project, and has been developed adapting existing best practices […]
To celebrate tomorrow’s big movie launch, I am nicknaming it Interstellar edition :DGet the all the details and download links here!This post was retrieved from freegamer.blogspot.com.
There will be a KDE exhibit at the upcoming LISA (Large Installation System Administration) Conference. The full conference takes place November 9 ‒ 14 in Seattle; the expo is open on the 12th and 13th. There is no charge to attend the expo.
Several members of the KDE Community will be in the booth—presenting various aspects of KDE; answering questions; demonstrating applications (thanks especially to Krita and ogbog); recruiting contributors, users, companies and sponsors. All members of the KDE Community are welcome to visit, to jump in & represent KDE, or to just make contact with other KDE people. These small regional gatherings are necessary until we are financially self-sustaining enough to justify a national gathering such as Akademy. The Seattle KDE group is off to a great start.
This is also an opportunity for people who are curious, or interested in what the KDE Community is doing. Our governance, separation between development and administration, and strong mentoring programs are the foundation for an effective international community that is resilient and innovative. Just in the past few years, KDE developers have built a new development platform (KDE Frameworks 5), a fully redesigned desktop environment (Plasma 5) and a modern look-and-feel (Breeze)—demonstrating KDE’s value to the broad technology industry.
The LISA conference has long served as the annual vendor-neutral meeting place for the wider system administration community. Recognizing the overlap and differences between traditional and modern IT operations and engineering, the highly-curated 6-day program offers training, workshops, invited talks, panels, paper presentations, and networking opportunities around 5 key topics: Systems Engineering, Security, Culture, DevOps, and Monitoring/Metrics. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of this unique career-building journey.
Many thanks to USENIX for the generous support of KDE.
Join us on our Twitch channel on the 7th for a live streamed sneak peak at the Elf City Part 2, and again on the 11th for a Q&A with Mod Mark.
Drupal.org is an amazing installation of Drupal. At nearly 13 years old, it is one of the largest, continuously operating examples of Drupal. It is difficult to fathom, but Drupal.org has been upgraded in place from version to version for this entire t…
Earlier this year we showed you the importance of call to action (CTA) buttons, emphasizing the significance of placement, size, shape, color and text. What works and what doesn’t? Today, we share 15 examples of CTA buttons to drive conversions … Read more
Cinnamon 2.4 was released recently and it comes with improved settings, a redesigned toolbar for Nemo along with various other changes which bring a smoother overall experience.For Cinnamon 2.4, the developers tried to make the desktop more responsive and smoother. To achieve this, about 30 memory leaks were fixed, CJS was rebased on a newer […]
At Mozilla we know that developers are the cornerstone of the Web, that’s why we actively push standards and continue to build great tools to make it easier for you to create awesome Web content and apps. When building for … Continue reading
Mozilla has helped pioneer technology that has set the Web up as a serious platform for distributing and developing games. Recently, we have seen considerable momentum from the games industry exploring the potential of Mozilla-pioneered technologies like WebGL and asm.js, … Continue reading
Dress to impress with two new boss outfits available now in Solomon’s Store!
Since Guthixian Caches came early last week, we’ve dedicated today’s update to patches, fixes and quality-of-life tweaks.
Google Play Downloader is a simple open source application which can be used to download APKs from Google Play to your computer.According to its developer, the application was created because he “didn’t like [his] Android AOSP system being tainted by Google root services, neither being filed in the Google account database”.Google Play Downloader isn’t some […]
I’m sure many Atom users already know this, but I didn’t get to write an article about it, so here’s a quick update: the Atom developers have started providing 64bit DEB packages for more than a month. Also, 4 days ago, they added official 64bit RPM packages.Of course, this doesn’t mean I’ll stop maintaining Atom […]