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Discussing the future of Cantor

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Hello devs! Happy new year! It is common to use the new year date to start new projects or give new directions for old ones. The last one is the case for Cantor. Since when I got the maintainer status for Cantor, I was working to improve the community around the software. Because the great… [Read More]

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janeiro 7th, 2018 at 2:07 pm

KDE Edu Sprint 2017

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Two months ago I attended to KDE Edu Sprint 2017 at Berlin. It was my first KDE sprint (really, I send code to KDE software since 2010 and never went to a sprint!) so I was really excited for the event. KDE Edu is the an umbrella for specific educational software of KDE. There are… [Read More]

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dezembro 11th, 2017 at 3:22 pm

LaKademy 2017

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LaKademy 2017 group photo Some weeks ago we had the fifth edition of the KDE Latin-America summit, LaKademy. Since the first edition, KDE community in Latin-America has grown up and now we has several developers, translators, artists, promoters, and more people from here involved in KDE activities. This time LaKademy was held in Belo Horizonte, a nice… [Read More]

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maio 24th, 2017 at 8:37 pm

My QtCon + Akademy 2016

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From August 31th to September 10th I was em Berlin attending two amazing conferences: QtCon and Akademy. QtCon brought together five communities to host their respective conferences at a same time and place, creating one big and diverse conference. Those communities were Qt, KDAB, KDE (celebrating 20th birthday), VLC and FSFE (both celebrating 15th birthday)…. [Read More]

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outubro 25th, 2016 at 2:57 pm

My LaKademy 2016

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In the end of May, ~20 gearheads from different countries of Latin America were together in Rio de Janeiro working in several fronts of the KDE. This is our ‘multiple projects sprint’ named LaKademy! Like all previous editions of LaKademy, this year I worked hard in Cantor; unlike all previous editions, this year I did… [Read More]

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junho 19th, 2016 at 10:52 pm