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The Subsurface developer team is proud to announce our first beta version of Subsurface 4.6.
This version adds support for multiple new dive computers, the beginnings of multi-user support, and introduces new visualization of tissue loading on deco dives (the heat map, as seen in the picture below the dive profile). Plenty of bugs have been squashed along with improvements on dive planning and import/export functionality.
Head over to our website for the full announcement.
This version adds support for multiple new dive computers, the beginnings of multi-user support, and introduces new visualization of tissue loading on deco dives (the heat map, as seen in the picture below the dive profile). Plenty of bugs have been squashed along with improvements on dive ...
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Thoughts on crediting non-coding contributors, worth a consideration.
Attribution in technical projects is a fascinating topic. Fascinating, important and very occasionally controversial. Who should get credit for a work? That developers get attributed for the code they create is generally non-controversial. One, fairly typical, way to do this is to document these contributions in the copyright and contributions file of an open source … Continue reading "Attributing All Contributors in Open Source"
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Yesterday's productivity killer were hardware problems. Today's is more fun...
Play ZType. ×. share on facebook share on twitter. ZType (c) – phoboslab.org – contact.
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Just for fun, my new lock screen with Plasma 5.8 with KDE Neon.
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Awesome!
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Are you with us or are you without us?!?
 
Will you join the brave few in the KDE Test Pilots?

Time to kick the tires and take off to see if you survive in the Beta of Plasma 5.8. To test download and run either
KDE Neon Dev Unstable -
http://files.kde.org/neon/images/neon-devedition-gitunstable/current/
KaOS -
https://kaosx.us/
Opensuse Krypton/Argon -
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/Medias/images/iso/

Report back your findings using the bug tracker (and also, if possible do some triaging and check for duplicates and fixed bugs etc).

If you die you will be remembered!
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KDE e.V. has just published the KDE e.V. Community Report for 2nd half of 2015. The report covers July through December 2015, including statements from the Board of Directors, reports from sprints, sysadmin activities, financial status and a feature article about "The KDE Incubator". Enjoy!
KDE e.V., the non-profit organisation supporting the KDE community, is happy to present the report for the second half of 2015. This report covers July through December 2015, including statements from the board, reports from sprints, financial status and a featured article about The KDE Incubator.
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Plasma 5.8.4 is out, and it contains a boatload of fixes for your favorite workspace. Perhaps a good moment to think about how we can produce software like Plasma, and hop over to the fundraiser to support KDE's work. These funds are used to run essential infrastructure, bring people together, so they can work face to face on problems. If you like Plasma, please think about it if you can spare a few bucks for a good cause.

https://www.kde.org/fundraisers/yearend2016/
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Fish or treat!
sebas' blog. free software & scuba diving. Menu. Plasma · Diving · About · Search. Red Sea Halloween Impressions. Posted on October 31, 2016. Posted in KDE. Post navigation. Previous Post Plasma's road ahead. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Your email address will not be published.
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Plasma's 5.9 Kickoff meeting gave us a nice opportunity to look into the future a bit. Here's my account of that.
My Plasma Desktop in 2016 On Monday, KDE's Plasma team held its traditional kickoff meeting for the new development cycle. We took this opportunity to also look and plan ahead a bit further into the future. In what areas are we lacking, where do we want or need to improve?
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The openSUSE Project has announced the release of the second Beta development milestone towards the openSUSE Leap 42.2 operating system.
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Plasma 5.8 aligns long-term support releases across the stack. Read more about why you want to run this release.
Our upcoming release, Plasma 5.8 will be the first long-term supported (LTS) release of the Plasma 5 series. One great thing of this release is that it aligns support time-frames across the whole stack from the desktop through Qt and underlying operating systems. This makes Plasma 5.8 very ...
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+Jasper Janssen​​ not exactly, no. We use fibonnacci as orientation, so we wouldn't ship an update on a Sunday for example. Point is, the longer into the cycle we get, the more time between updates. (We still will ship releases if needed for critical things, such as security fixes.)
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I think we need to fix "DPI-per-screen".
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xrandr --output DP-1 --mode 1920x1080 --scale 2x2 --panning 3840x2160+3200+0

Where:
DP-1 is the connection of the monitor
1920x1080 is the monitor's native
resolution
3840x2160 is 2x2 that
3200 is the width of your left monitor
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