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KDE India

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KDE India:

Who are we?

KDE-India is a group of volunteers who are a part of this community, and have been meeting up at various FOSS events in India and abroad. Over the last few years, there has been a substantial increase in contributions to KDE from India to various avenues like coding, localization, marketing, website/infrastructure maintenance etc. There has also been a lot of contributions as a part of programmes like Google Summer of Code and Season of KDE.

Joining KDE India community

If you wish to be a part of the Indian KDE community, you can join us on IRC at #kde-in (network: freenode).

What is is the community website for the KDE India team. It publishes information, events and media content for anything and everything related to KDE and its Indian volunteers. is maintained by the website administrators.

Publishing content

If you wish to publish content on, you may send a mail to [email protected]. Your submission will be reviewed before it is available publicly.

Joining the website team

Website team members are required to have the following skill set:

  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • HTML / CSS
  • JavaScript knowledge would be a plus

Get in touch with the Website administrators to become a part of the team. website source website is managed using Drupal. Please contact the maintainers to suggest some features or fixes.

Website administrators


Website team

What is is a platform for KDE and Qt developers/contributors/enthusiasts to come together, share their knowledge, contribute, learn and play. Most importantly, it's an excellent arena for collaboration and exchange of ideas, skills and thoughts among like minded people passionate about Open Source in general.

KDE conferences in India, organized by KDE-India go by the name (abbreviated as cKi) and have usually attract high quality participants and speakers alike. It was first held in 2011, as a 5 day event in Bangalore, attracting around 300 participants and turned out be a huge success and it introduced a lot of people to Open Source and the consequent editions aim to take this forward.

Live details about the latest instance of are available on .

More details about the latest instance of are available at<current year>

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