Matt Hartley posted an nice article about Linux Desktops in Businesses. http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/entdev/article.php/3717261It really is an interesting read. GNOME, both on the user and development side of things, believes in the integrity of GPL-based code and ease of use. Applications developed in this realm tend to be rather vanilla in appearance, yet will work as advertised. […]
Today the KDE Promo Team announced some more details about the KDE 4.0 Release Event in Mountain View, CA. It will be a three day Event with BoF sessions and talks all around Open Source and KDE itself. On friday there will be keynotes, speeches and a release party at the Google Campus. I hope […]
On the weekend, I installed the latest Kubuntu release onto my desktop PC. I must say the distribution is getting better with every release. The first thing I noticed, finally Kubutu got a “Blueish” KDE 3.5.8 theme, which makes the desktop really beautiful (I didn’t like the old themes very much). The setup went on […]
Today I decided to start a small series of posts about KDE (Kool Desktop Environment) and its Version 4.0. KDE together with Linux is something you would call an operating system. Linux does the stuff down at the Hardware level and KDE ist the Graphical User Interface You can compare it with Windows or Mac […]
Hier finden sich zehn Regeln, die man beachten sollte, wenn man vor hat in die Entwicklung von Open Source Software einzusteigen.