After years of focusing on further improving KDE4 two weeks ago the developers of the free desktop announced the next big step for their project: KDE Frameworks 5.0. But as long-time developer — and Plasma team leader — Aaron Seigo points out the source-incompatible changes shall be held to a minimum.
Datamation: "No one is better qualified to talk about the state of the KDE desktop than Aaron Seigo. A former member of the board of KDE e.V, the German non-profit that oversees the project, Seigo is a lead developer on the desktop."
Fascinating post over at Technology Spectator, where commentator and telco consultant Andrew Harris discusses a new invention coming out of Alcatel-Lucent; an invention, he surmises, which would be a good fit for Telstra.
So, when you have a problem at hand:
How do you approach coming up with a solution?
What programming paradigms do you ascribe to?
How would you characterize your paradigm's ideal approach?
How well do you match your paradigm?
What language features do you find useful for coming up with solutions?
Mostly, just for fun.
Silvermont is exciting not because of what Silvermont itself brings to the table, but what it is going to mean for the mobile space over the coming years. Intel will do with Silvermont what it did with Conroe back in 2006, and using it as a platform to build upon over the coming years.
Il progetto Vivaldi, con cui KDE punta a fornire al pubblico un tablet con a bordo un’esperienza d’uso interamente progettata attorno all’interfaccia Plasma Active, dovrà sostanzialmente ripartire da zero.