Monthly Archives: June 2013

Akademy – Why it’s so productive for me and what I plan to do this year

I may be one of the last ones to write my “I’m going to Akademy!” post, but here it is! I will be among the many KDE contributors who meet at Bilbao in two weeks to tell each other in

Posted in KDE

Today was the first time I deleted a comment

Moderating blog comments is a very sensitive task. It is not easy to strike a balance between chaos and censorship. I am generally a strong opponent of censorship, anywhere. I don’t like if people delete comments just because they don’t

Posted in General, KDE

KDE HIG rebooted (again)

I hope that the majority of KDE contributors have at least heard of them, but they have not received much attention lately: The KDE Human Interface Guidelines (HIG). Every major operating system and desktop environment has human interface guidelines, because

Posted in KDE, User Experience