[kde-community] KDE Books

Laszlo Papp lpapp at kde.org
Thu Mar 6 07:00:28 UTC 2014

Hi Valorie,

Yeah, I think it is a great idea to write books (frameworks, applications, etc).

There has been a book recently published about Qt 5 and QML (*). It
might be useful to take a quick look at it and the feedback from
people and see if there are general hints that can be considered while
writing KDE books.

* http://qmlbook.org/

On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 5:57 AM, Valorie Zimmerman
<valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks, some months ago Mario Fux spoke to me about heading up a
> book sprint at the Randa meeting this summer [1]. Some of you might be
> aware of the KDE Developer book which we wrote a couple of years ago
> at a book sprint hosted by Google.
> You can read it or download it as a PDF or ebook here:
> http://flossmanuals.net/kde-guide/
> We'll be updating that book, but we'd like to produce a new book if
> any teams in KDE feel that would be useful. Of course, if your team
> wants a book, you will be writing it! With our help, of course.
> I've addressed some lists which might be interested in writing and
> using such a book; feel free to forward it to others who might be
> interested.
> Please speak up soon, so we can begin to make sure that all necessary
> resources will be available that week.
> All the best,
> Valorie
> 1. http://randa-meetings.ch/2014/02/19/randa-meetings-2014-the-date-is-set-
> please-register/
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