Monthly Archives: March 2016

Digikam updated in area51

The latest version of digiKam has been added to the unofficial ports tree in area51. The unofficial ports tree is where the KDE-FreeBSD team works on ports in preparation for their inclusion into the official ports tree. The trunk of that repository is … Continue reading

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Landed updates in FreeBSD

Some interesting things — for KDE users and developers — have landed in the official FreeBSD ports tree recently. CMake has updated to 3.5.0. One side effect of CMake updates is that newer policies tend to produce voluminous warning messages … Continue reading

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Dutch BSD Desktop Dev Beer Day

There’s a handful of BSD-oriented, desktop-oriented, developers in the Netherlands that I know of. Koos. Raphael. Perhaps some remnants of KDE-NL, or a wandering GNOME developer. Or other desktop systems. Anyway, I’m launching the idea to have some kind of … Continue reading

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Exp-run for KDE4 on FreeBSD

There’s an exp-run going on for KDE4 on FreeBSD right now. That means that the official package-building machines are grinding through the entire ports tree to see what happens. This is part of the regular procedure for big updates — … Continue reading

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KDE updates in Area51

While I have been quiet on the blogging front, KDE on FreeBSD has not rested. The unofficial ports repository has had a whole bunch of updates: Plasma was updated to Plasma 5.5.5 and then Plasma 5.6-beta in the plasma5-branch. Qt … Continue reading

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