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KDE Connect 1.0 is here!

Today we are officially publishing the first stable release of KDE Connect. Hooray! This version is the most solid yet feature-packed version we ever released. It’s been in development for a year now and it took a lot of hard work, we hope you like it! 399 more words


Fixing all-white log-in screen when using the LightDM KDE greeter with Plasma 5 in Gentoo Linux

In a previous post I explained how I got LightDM to work on my Clevo W230SS laptop running KDE Plasma 5 in Gentoo Linux (Stable Branch). 660 more words


LabPlot: Theme Manager - GSoC'16 Final Evaluations

Hi folks!

GSoC’16 has come to an end and its time to report current status of my project ‘LabPlot: Theme Manager’. As the name suggests, project was aimed to develop a theme manager for LabPlot,  which is a well known open source application mainly used for analyzing and visualizing scientific data. 693 more words


Boost dependencies and bcp

Recently I generated diagrams showing the header dependencies between Boost libraries, or rather, between various Boost git repositories. Diagrams showing dependencies for each individual Boost git repo are… 2,276 more words


It only takes a Minuet to change your life

It has been so long since I posted, the reason is that I have been quite busy with my GSoC timeline. The GSoC period is about to end, but before I describe my GSoC journey and contributions, I would like to state that  582 more words

Taming KDEwallet

On opensuse forums, I often see complaints about KDEwallet (or “kwallet” for short).  It can be annoying at times.  In this post, I’ll indicate ways of keeping it under control. 1,218 more words


Gsoc 2016: Sum up

This blog post summarizes my summer working for Neverland Theme Builder project.

I think GSoC is a good experience which many students are looking for. I knew about GSoC 2016 late and I thought I wasnt accepted. 201 more words