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* [[Frameworks|KDE Frameworks 5]]
 
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== Global ==
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== Community Information Hub==
 
Information useful across many projects, or for the KDE community as a whole.
 
Information useful across many projects, or for the KDE community as a whole.
 
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: Guidelines for creating good software, and helpful information for contributors that is not project-specific.</translate>
 
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: Programmes aimed at introducing new contributors to KDE.
 
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These teams help keep the KDE community running smoothly by providing support, administration and arbitration.
 
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* [[CWG|Community Working Group]]
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* [[CWG|Community Working Group]]: keeping the community running smoothly
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* [[KDE e.V.]]: financial and legal administration
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* [[Leadership]]
 
* [[Leadership]]
* [[Promo]]
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* [[Mentoring]]: programmes for introducing new contributors to KDE
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Things to deal with:
 
Things to deal with:

Revision as of 14:45, 9 March 2016

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Community.kde.org is the working area for the KDE community. It provides a place for sharing information within the community. KDE operates three wikis, listed at https://wiki.kde.org/


Welcome to community.kde.org. Here you will find information for members of the community, including how to get involved if you aren't already.

Note: before editing the wiki, look at Help:Structure and Help:Scope to see where to add content, and whether it belongs on this wiki or somewhere else.

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Community Information Hub

Information useful across many projects, or for the KDE community as a whole.

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Get Involved
New to KDE? If you want to start contributing, start here.
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Policies
Policies covering development of KDE software.
Related: Guidelines and how-tos
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Schedules
Upcoming freezes and release dates for KDE's main products.
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Events
Conferences, sprints and other events in KDE, including Akademy.
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Infrastructure
Infrastructure provided for KDE projects, such as source control and systems for translators.
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Guidelines and how-tos
Guidelines for creating good software, and helpful information for contributors that is not project-specific.

Community Management and Coordination

These teams help keep the KDE community running smoothly by providing support, administration and arbitration.

Things to deal with:

  • KDE.org Websites
    • KDE Forums - Information about forum.kde.org for developers and contributors
    • KDE Student Programs - Functional guide of season.kde.org for students, mentors and admins
  • KDE — various documentation affecting the entire community

Cross-Project Teams

These teams work on areas common across lots of projects, sharing their expertise and working on tasks that individual projects often don't have the resources to manage on their own.

Projects

These are pages for specific projects. These can be pieces or collections of software, specific websites or other relatively self-contained areas of work.

Subcommunities

These are groups that come together based on shared experiences, rather than because they are working on the same thing.


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