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Hack Week in review and a Preview of KDE 4.0

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July 27th, 2007 by

Join us in a comical review of openSUSE’s Hack Week. Erin, Randy, Dave, and even Mike contribute their two cents’ worth on the developments. Then Erin brings in a guest – Doc Hodges – to help interview Will Stephenson on what is happening with KDE 4.0.
Time: 1.18:36
MP3 Size: 27.1 MB

Segment Times

  1. Hack Week in review: 1:50 – 38:44
  2. KDE Preview: 39:50 – 1.17:50

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    10 Comments »

    Comment by Janez
    2007-07-28 14:28:44

    Thanks for the great overview of KDE 4. It sure looks like this is going to be one very nice release with a lot of nice background and foreground technologies. Sounds like it will rock the Linux desktop. Can’t wait to check it out when the final version comes out.

     
    2007-07-29 08:17:53

    [...] Ich höre gerade in die aktuellste Ausgabe bei Novell Open Audio u.a. über die Ergebnisse von Novell’s “Hack week”. Und dort berichten sie über eine kleine Erweiterung von Evolution. Wenn man gerade eine neue Email erstellt, die einen Anhang haben soll und diesen Anhang auch im Text erwähnt, dann aber vorm Versenden doch vergisst, den Anhang anzuhängen, so warnt diese Erweiterung den Benutzer vorm Versenden, weil es halt den Hinweis im Text erkannt hat. [...]

     
    Comment by Daniel
    2007-07-30 00:31:04

    the above link to the hack week is wrong, it points to http://www.novell.com/feeds/openaudio/ideas.opensuse.org instead of just ideas.opensuse.org

     
    Comment by sysadmin1138
    2007-07-30 17:01:28

    It was great to hear all the projects that came up during Hack Week. Aaaaand all the cool ways they could be subverted for mayhem. I must admit, the thought of dashing through the halls of the Salt Palace in a custom map would make the Gaming Zone w-a-y more popular than it has been in the past (not that it hasn’t had a problem with that). Such a great idea, and clearly the programmers were quite mused by this.

    One technical problem with the pod-cast. It was clear that Will Stephenson’s mic didn’t have a puff-guard on it. Every p, c, k, q and so on was very… plosive.

     
    2007-07-31 12:41:34

    [...] The current edition of Novell Open Audio podcast features an interview with KDE core developer Will Stephenson. He discusses what is coming in KDE 4, Novell’s commitment to KDE and the changes he has been working on recently. The first forty minutes of the podcast are a review of some of the projects from Novell Hack Week, with Will’s segment starting at 39:50 minutes in. [...]

     
    Comment by Alan Clements
    2007-08-01 22:45:27

    podtrac is killing your feed. Slap them up, please

     
    2007-08-04 01:55:23

    [...] Novell Open Audio in its current episode features a retrospection of Hack Week including development site visit reports, awarded and other selected projects including this site. In the second part, Will Stephenson of the KDE Team gets interviewed about the changes and architecture of the upcoming KDE 4.0. [...]

     
    2007-08-30 13:17:12

    [...] (Updated 8/30/07) Nice related audio podcast discussion and review of their favorites from Erin and friends at Novell Open Audio   [...]

     
    2007-09-24 07:05:26

    [...] Novell OpenAudio(PodCast) [...]

     
    Comment by Sylvester Woiwode
    2011-03-13 07:20:20

    Everything is interesting

     
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