Month: August 2014

Personal clones on KDE infrastructure

I’m doing a little work on Tupi — the 2D animation application that joined the KDE community some months back — so that it builds on FreeBSD (the C++ code is wonderful, but the build system is qonf, which is not). This has led me to the maze of git documentation on KDE’s infrastructure, and I’m taking […]

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Prep for Akademy

In preparation for Akademy I wanted to swap out the drive from my laptop — which is full of work-work things — and drop in a new one with stuff I actually want to have with me at Akademy, like git clones of various repositories. I spent a few hours wrestling with my Lenovo x121e […]

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My Akademy schedule

I for one applaud the decision to put Akademy-badges on the KDE community wiki. I was afraid I was going to have to apply my awesome Kolourpaint skills again. Albert’s reminder has caused me to figure out my reasons for attending Akademy this year. So my agenda is four-or-fivefold: attend the AGM of KDE e.V. talk to Paul Adams about measuring community health. […]

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SVN-to-git bridge (for practice)

Some time ago, I wrote that I needed to be less of a scaredy-cat about git (in particular so as to get back into KDE development, and the rat’s-nest of git repositories there was scaring me off — in that sense I’m a data point in what Paul Adams is writing about). The best way […]

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