On March 21st, Richard Stallman delivered the keynote at the LibrePlanet 2015 conference. In typical RMS fashion, instead of concentrating on one concrete topic, he run through a list of topics that had been bothering him lately, all with the common underlying theme of the dangers of the threats to users’ freedoms.No comments.
VLC is an amazing piece of software. Apart from an all-round media player that plays every kind of video and audio format imaginable, you can use it to stream to you network, capture clips from your webcam, and even use it to build a motion detection system.No comments.
Following up from our piece on the new Inkscape 0.91, we have just posted two videos explaining basic usage of Inkscape to our YouTube channel. Our first video teaches you how to start using Inkscape, drawing shapes, modifying them by manipulating nodes, and colouring them in, with an example in which we draw a cow.…No comments.
A screencast explaining the advantages of repositories in Netrunner. And the similarities between this system and the now popular mobile stores. Of course, as title suggests, it’s mainly about learning how to add repositories as well as understanding how useful these are.No comments.
While LaKademy, the first ever Latin American Akademy, is happening in Brazil, the biggest KDE event of the year has announced its preliminary conferences schedule. Akademy, set to start on June 30th in Tallinn, Estonia, will feature KDE developers from all over the world, including personalities like Aaron Seigo himself. While it may seem far away, people interested should…No comments.
Nokia just released the first alpha of Qt 5.0. For those who aren’t aware, KDE 4.x is developed using Qt 4.x. This marks a new cycle on KDE: The path to KDE 5.x. According to Nokia what drives the development is the following vision: “Qt 5 should be the foundation for a new way of…No comments.