Whhoooo! Almost one week before I only gave a thought to write this post. Reading myself again, I think I have to much to say… Let’s split so that you don’t get (too much) bored 🙂 The sprint This sprint was my first meeting with KDE contributors. I broke the first rule my parents told
This is rather a short post… The sprint at CERN for WikiToLearn, the VDG and Plasma team and to reorganize Techbase is beginning on Monday. As I already said in previous posts about reorganizing Techbase: having clean and organized wiki is really beneficial for the community. It will be easier to find the information, and
The sprint at CERN is already almost there. I was quite afraid that our part (reorganizing the Techbase wiki) would not be doable because of the problem KDE had on all the wikis. Because of a severe spam attack , all edition rights were suspended until a better authentication was implemented. It is now done!
Since the release of the Linux kernel 3.4, the driver RTL8188eu is provided by default, which wasn’t the case some times ago: the TL-WN725N v2 wifi dongle should be working out of the box. Install what you need # pacman -S wpa_supplicant Yes, that’s it… Because netctl is already installed. Configuration of the wifi Prepare
Hey there! You might have heard of my proposition to reorganize the wikis. I posted it on kde-devel, kde-www and kde-community. What’s the point? You might have seen that Techbase  is a mess. It’s quite hard to know if an article deals with KDE4 or KF5 as plenty of the pages are drafts
I was previously working on Macaw-Movies (already in the KDE Community) and, after a while, I felt really alone and wasn’t so sure if a movie organizer still made sense in this all-connected time, where you can stream whatever you are interested in. I finally went to the Amarok guys, cloned the source and began
I’ve got this Raspberry Pi 1 Model B for almost 2 years. I did install ArchLinux on it a while ago and played a little. And then, because I had no project it could be used for, I just left it in a closet… Until yesterday, that a friend came out with a good idea.