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  • ...hey will break it for everybody. All commits will be publicly available in the git repository forever. On the other hand git allows one to revert changes, so it's possible to recover from mis
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  • ...s page is in the Old category, which means it is no longer maintained, and the information in it is outdated. We are preserving it only for historical pur ...e creation of a KDE storefront that sells these things. Stores managed by the KDE Promo team have been created in 2 places so far:
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  • Room host needed to do the welcome and make sure talks start on time. Please volunteer here. (Jos Poor See the talk details [[Promo/Events/FOSDEM/2010/Abstracts]]
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  • This page is for KDE SC 4.4 release party listings. Please follow the following template for readability. ...to [email protected] or jospoortvliet atkdeorg, including some photos from the event. We'll then turn it into a dot story!
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  • ...hacking on the Accounts setup in KDE Telepathy in a day. There are lots of other areas in KDE telepathy, but today is ideally going to be centralised on one poke d_ed or david_edmundson on IRC for me. I'll be there hopefully 10am GMT onwards.
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  • ...hack on the KDE PIM application family. The results of the discussions and the hacking can be found below. ...s presented. Marc also gave a short overview of the work currently done in the Aegypten branch.
    16 KB (2,564 words) - 16:38, 17 January 2010
  • On Sunday we had an kdepim IRC meeting, mainly to discuss the separate kdepim release. This is the log of the meeting:
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  • ...ct 7 - 10 was a resounding success! This page will try to organize some of the results as they get written up. The report below is a summary of the major topics addressed at the conference.
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  • ...e enough time to finish rewriting the telepathy nepomuk service, so here's the TODO list to finish off my branch (here: http://gitweb.kde.org/clones/telep * <strike>Implement contact-properties parts of the Storage class.</strike> [[User:Grundleborg|Grundleborg]] 18:05, 6 December
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  • All students and developers are welcome to participate in the Summer of Code program with KDE. Here's how. ...opers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/ Summer of Code] occasionally. Also read the [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/faq Summer of Code FAQ].
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  • ...hese ideas, you may wish to contact the developers and find out more about the particular suggestion you're looking at. ...ial mentors. Simply copying and pasting an idea here will not work. On the other hand, creating a completely new idea without first consulting potential men
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  • ...w.arnsberg.de/ Arnsberg, Germany], to discuss design issues, the future of the project, and - of course - to code a lot. Some areas in which a lot of prog KDE One has only been made possible by the generous donations of our sponsors who paid for flight tickets, accomodatio
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  • ...010 dash ugeuder at snkmail dot com''. I intend to improve the page during the next days, so make sure to subscribe (watch this page) or check back before ...mation, which I have recently checked to be current. I expect that some of the conference attendents have to pay attention to a strict budget, so I tried
    20 KB (3,459 words) - 04:48, 2 July 2010
  • * Unifying the editor/viewer components for all pim applications * Unifying the editor/viewer components for all pim applications
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  • ...rmation about your date and time of arrival and departure. By type we mean the means of your transportation. |The day before (jet lag)
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  • ...helps student to learn about parts of a computer through different levels. The features covered are : Knowing internal and external parts and their functi ''' Status: ''' Connecting different computer parts with each other is still left
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  • ...drop down menu. Default should me free hand and under SHIFT + Mouse action the strait line stroke #* Here he can type the size for brush form keyboard
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  • - OpenQA Plasma Mobile project indirectly tries to achieve the goal of Usability and Productivity. ...task of OpenQA Plasma Mobile was created by Bhushan Shah, which lead me to the idea of creating integration testing for plasma mobiles which would help us
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  • This is the community page for the KMyMoney project. The repository has now been moved to [https://projects.kde.org/projects/extrage
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  • This page is for KDE SC 4.5 release party listings. Please follow the following template for readability. If you have questions about organizing a release party you can contact the KDE promo team (kde-promo at kde.org) or Lydia (lydia at kde.org) directly.
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