Qt technology gets used in more and more instances, as the Ubuntu Phone, Jolla and Open WebOS, which can be seen running on a Nexus 7 here:
KDE Userbase Contributions:
(right corner at bottom shows the timeline
10-06-2010 – availability of the translate extension for mediawiki. )
Here are the latest additions to the series for anyone who missed them:
Teatime#4 – KDE/Qt Browsers
Teatime #5 – Proprietary Software
Teatime #6 – UDS Conference
KDE PIM Extra
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...
A screencast explaining the advantages of repositories in Netrunner. And the similarities between this system and the now popular mobile stores. Of course, as title suggests, it’s mainly about learning how to add repositories as well as understanding how useful these are.
A video introduction to Runners-ID.com: