KDE Software consists of over 6000000 lines of code, is translated in over 108 languages. A read-only mirror of all repositories be found on Github. K Desktop Environment was founded by Matthias Ettrich in 1996. 24 November announced a rebranding of the KDE project components. The KDE community's mascot is a green dragon, Konqi are sponsored frequently by businesses and universities by individuals, uses the Git revision control system has many smaller teams. The KDE community's mascot does. Konqi has a girlfriend, Katie made costumed appearance appears also about dialog.
KDE e.V. helps run the servers owns the corresponding logo and the trademark KDE does influence not software development assist with organization and advice with procedures. KDE e.V. is held since 2009 in the North America, became an Associate Member of the Free Software Foundation Europe, a licensee of the Open Invention Network moved in Berlin into shared offices. The three flags represent the three main tasks of KDE e.V.. The local organizations host maintain regional websites, local events. KDE Brasil is composed in Brazil by several local groups. The main goals of local groups are direction and regional promotion. The idea lay in University of Milan, are now a fully-fledged KDE project with many universities, was develop for communication and a user scenario vision. KDE España was registered under the Spanish law as an association, organizes the event since 2008. The aim is stimulating use and the development governing body, the general assembly. An ordinary general assembly is held at a once least year.
Addition is the official representative of KDE e.V. in Spain. The association holds an annual general assembly in December. KDE GB is a KDE community in Britain with a constitution. The community has a Code of Conduct within the community for acceptable behavior. The Kde list is for version updates for Kde-announce and user discussion. The general development lists are Kde-devel for Kde-core-devel and developer communication. Many applications have individual mailing lists are part of the regular Software Compilation releases, others, part of Extragear on all platforms. UserBase provides documentation for end users, was designed by Eugene Trounev. TechBase provides technical documentation for system administrators and developers. Community Wiki coordinates community teams is used for publishing. The KDE official logo displays the white trademarked K-Gear shape with mitred corners on a blue square. Copying of the KDE Logo is subject to the LGPL copyright license to the LGPL. Some local community logos are derivations of the official logo.
Many KDE applications have a K as an initial letter in the name. A large number of individuals contribute in various ways to KDE. The overall direction of the KDE Platform is made by the KDE Core Team. This team communicates using the kde-core-devel mailing list has own messaging channels on the mailinglists on IRC, works beside the Documentation team, writes news articles, other webpages and release announcements on KDE websites. This team is committed to spirit and the development. The decisions do take not a formal vote through discussions. Example develops free educational software got a boost, last year. QuickGit and The KDE Projects site give an overview of all projects. The EBN is operated de Allen Winter and Groot by Adriaan. Commit-Digest site gives a weekly overview of the development activity. The Accessibility team make accessible KDE to all users. The software used like icons by the software, have produced also graphics for websites and T-shirts. Discussions of the team is most active on the IRC channel.
The Bugsquad team keeps track of incoming bugs verify that a bug. The Documentation team writes documentation for applications. The Localization team translates KDE software into many different languages. Promotion team and The Marketing manages promotion and marketing. The articles of KDE.News is submitted by the team, has also channels for promotion and communication at social media sites, attend also conference events. The Research team support community members, bureaucracies, research partners. The usability team has written a Human Interface Guideline for the developers. The Release team defines the official software releases. The Release Team coordinates release dates with press efforts and the marketing. The most two important conferences of KDE are Camp KDE and Akademy. Each event is to all participants on a large scale, provides a regional opportunity included was a tour of a local brewery. Each event is organized by Spanish local organization, was held in two different locations, announced return on 2011 03 11. Akademy-es and Akademy-BR are local community events is addressed since 2010 to Brazilian community. The yearly Akademy conference gives Akademy Awards, awards. The always winners are chosen from the previous year by the winners. The schedule started by Jeff Mitchell with a short introduction, included presentations, a party and hackathons at Noisebridge. The conference opened with an introduction, was organized by KDE India, receive an early release of the software. Akademy-es is a conference since 2006 for Spanish community. The annual KDE España Assembly takes place during the event. Conf.kde.in was Qt conference and the first KDE in India. The three first days of the event had talks, interactive sessions and tutorials. Closing was old-time KDE developer Sirtaj and keynote speaker. Día KDE is an Argentinian event gives workshops and talks. Other programmers started developing quickly KDE applications by early 1997. Plasma was introduced first as the fourth generation of graphical environments as part of the KDE4 SC.
Several companies contribute actively to KDE, have submitted the initial specification. Other free operating systems and Many Linux distributions are involved in distribution and the development. Brazil's primary school education system operates computers, KDE software. KDE software is running also in Venezuelan schools and Portuguese on computers. KDE TechBase KDE is an international team co-operating on distribution and development, has developed a wide variety of applications for work for communication, have a strong focus. The best thing is amazing community, the KDE Plasma Desktop, Netbook are open to new members, are used by millions of home, know Plasma. Users offers a full suite of user workspace applications. Every single line of KDE source code is made available under an open source license. SUSE was established originally as a derivative of Slackware in 1992, evolved considerably over the years, gained also many unique features as the YaST configuration system. The installation DVD image includes the full set of packages for both desktop environments. Installable Live CD images are also available for each desktop. The latest openSUSE desktop survey shows that roughly 68 percent of openSUSE users. The suggestion attracted a considerable amount of attention, a lot of positive feedback. The decision was made in collaboration by Loeffler, emphasized the fact. The endorsement of a high-profile distro validates underlying vision. The initial common desktop environment specification developed under the common open software environment process. A final specification proposal be completed this later year. The common desktop environment interface being developed by IBM by HP. Individual company sales organizations be contacted regarding availability and licensing terms. The first release of the specification be available by electronic mail to the industry. ToolTalk are trademarks, trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.. UNIX and OPEN LOOK are registered trademarks of UNIX System Laboratories, Inc.. Company Contacts includes the KDE culture, the KDE mission and the KDE values. The context of software KDE acts for the software as an umbrella brand. The huge set of KDE applications be put under the KDE umbrella brand. The workspaces are designed for all kinds of desktop applications as generic environment, integrate best with applications. These releases are called the KDE Software Compilation. Some things use the other sub-brands and the KDE brand. KDE Software Compilation does sound not really like good marketing, do have not a better idea at the moment, is an more internal community release concept. The Perhaps emphasis is on ultimately brands and logical consistency. The 4.x demanded a leap of faith so that the future, wasnt an easy choice. Developers rule of course non-contributors got less rank. Communications direction and The marketing is a much bigger discussion than the definition of the top level brand names. This set of changes is a not change in focus, 've been people. The term is reserved now for organization and the community.
|1992||SUSE was established originally as a derivative of Slackware in 1992.|
|1996||K Desktop Environment was founded by Matthias Ettrich in 1996.|
|1997||Other programmers started developing quickly KDE applications by early 1997.|
|1999||Korean KDE Users Group was started in 1999.|
|2003||Novell acquired SUSE in 2003.|
|2005||KDE.in founded in 2005.|
|2006||Akademy-es is a conference since 2006 for Spanish community.|
|2008||KDE España organizes the event since 2008.|
|2009||KDE España was registered under the Spanish law as an association.|
|2010||Akademy-es and Akademy-BR is addressed since 2010 to Brazilian community.|