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Go fetch those blue birthday cake candles you have stashed away cos today, October 14, marks the 20th birthday of KDE. Yup, it’s the KDE project’s 20th birthday. And to help mark the mammoth milestone the KDE Restoration Project is re-releasing KDE 1! The image above shows the very last KDE 1 release running on a PC in […]
This post, Devs Mark KDE’s 20th Birthday By Re-Releasing KDE 1!, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Are you in the UK? Within reasonable reach of Manchester? And a fan of the GNOME desktop? You’re invited to the UK GNOME Release Party taking place this Friday…
This post, You’re Invited to the UK GNOME Release Party This Friday, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
On Thursday, 14th March and Friday, 15th March a number of app developers and Ubuntu SDK creators will get you started writing apps for Ubuntu on multiple devices. It’s surprisingly simple, and since the announcement we’ve seen many early adopters try out the SDK and the first apps up and running. The developers will answer your questions, talk about best practises and show you the power of the SDK.
Here a quick overview over the sessions which will be run:
- Installing and Configuring the SDK
- Writing your first app with the SDK
- Live update from the development progress of the Touch Core Apps
- Several Q&A sessions
- Making the best of the Ubuntu App Design guidelines
- More about the SDK skunkworks projects
- Introducing Friends and Gwibber QML
- Writing a new generation of Scopes
- Lightning talks and Project demos
How to join
Participating is easy: just head to ubuntuonair.com to watch the sessions on the schedule.
Videos will be available after the event, to ensure you can watch the content even if you couldn’t make it to the session you wanted.
You can ask your questions on the #ubuntu-app-devel IRC channel, which is also embedded on the Ubuntu on Air site for convenience.
An event timetable can be viewed by clicking the link below. Be sure to turn up if interested – and bring your friends and your questions too!
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