Once upon a time Linux had what I think was the best music player/manager, its name was Amarok and people even brought it up as a way to try convince others to move to Linux, intelligent playlists, auto fetching of cover arts, lyrics, last.fm integration, etc, and it was great. Fast forward a few years (almost a decade to be fair) and now Amarok and all KDE music players seems to be lacking, with KDE 5.0 maybe this is the time to fix...
More and more people own a variety of devices with different screen sizes, different resolutions and different codecs. Converting videos to a supported format, that looks good from image to subtitles, while keeping the size controlled, can be a harder task than it sounds. Thankfully there’s a pretty handy open source application called Handbrake.
Video decoding settings can be daunting to new users, and selecting...
Thank you Ballmer. Thanks to your bright leadership Microsoft is better than it has ever been. Stocks have gone up incredibly in these few days since you announced your retirement, stock holders know about your incredible job so they’re just giving you a few millions as a parting gift.
Look, I know it has been a bumpy ride and running a multinational conglomerate with over 100,000 employees is something I can only begin to...
KDE Userbase Contributions:
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10-06-2010 – availability of the translate extension for mediawiki. )
KDE TeaTime (KTT) is a new video podcast ran by a bunch of KDE developers who at some point decided to make their private ramblings and discussions in the open just like the software they develop.
Right now KTT uses Google Hangouts, because it can be streamed live on YouTube, so everyone can watch it live.
The format is around 25 minutes for one episode and one episode planned per week.
The content of KTT is going to be different each...
Read the blogpost here: