Happy Birthday, KDE!

Jos van den Oever jos at vandenoever.info
Sun Oct 14 19:18:51 BST 2018


For me the steady improvemetns are what makes  KDE great. Every new version of 
frameworks and plasma is more polished. It makes every upgrade a treat.

The thoughtful blogging about what's going on in the different projects is 
also great and shows that KDE is very alive.


On Sunday, 14 October 2018 19:26:51 CEST Lydia Pintscher wrote:
> Hey folks :)
> Today is KDE's 22nd birthday. On the one hand this means we are among
> the oldest free software projects there are. But at the same time so
> much has happened over the last year that it feels like the very best
> is yet to come. I'm really proud of what we have achieved over the
> past year. Just a few random highlights for me:
> * We've selected and rallied behind 3 goals that we care about deeply
> - privacy, onboarding and usability and productivity.
> * We've massively improved the public perception of KDE.
> * We've received 2 very large donations that allow us to do
> significantly more to support the community.
> * We've had a really great Akademy with many (new) contributors and
> partners. * We've got 2 new advisory board members and a new corporate
> supporting member for the KDE e.V.
> * And of course we created and released really kick-ass software ;-)
> What was your highlight of the past year?
> Happy Birthday, KDE! Here's to many more years.
> Cheers
> Lydia

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