I don't usually say this at the end of a year, but I really do believe that 2015 has been a memorable year, probably one of the best that I've had in my life. This comes despite the numerous setbacks I've had this year. 2015 will always hold a special significance for me. Find out below, how my blog fared this year.
Remember People behind KDE? It was an interview series with members of the community. I always enjoyed reading it because it showed, that KDE is software produced by dedicated and enthusiastic people and that it is possible to become one of them. So eventually I did.
I have to do some interviews for an anthropology class this year and I decided to take the chance and revitalize the series. Instead of written interviews I will do video sessions. The idea is to have two parts. One is about the person and the other one is about a topic that is related to that person. KDE is no longer the product, but the name for the community so I decided to rename the series as well.
Let me present to you:
This is my very first interview. I will try to improve over time and…
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Well, it's been a fortnight since I participated in the KDE sprints in Randa, Switzerland and I'm slowly coming to the terms that it's over. The time I spent in Randa, was quite easily the best time of my life, not only was it my first trip abroad, but also from a technical point of … Continue reading Experiences from KDE Sprints – Randa, 2015
I still find it hard to believe it's happened. I've been in Kerala for over three years now and for the first time, I had the chance to ride on the National Highway(NH-47), albeit a scooter, but a ride nevertheless. It was awesome. I for one couldn't get enough of it and was left wanting … Continue reading Highway Ride in Kerala, Finally !
I know this post is coming in a bit late(very late, some would say). But like I'd done the previous year, I applied to the Google Summer of Code program with KDE and this year my luck has paid off. I'm now one among the 1051(IIRC) participants whose projects have been accepted this year. The … Continue reading Google Summer of Code ’15 – with KDE