25 ways you can contribute to #KDE
The #KDE sysadmins moved their CI pipelines to GitLab:
...plus the usual array of bugfixes and improvements for the next release.
"Bug triaging is the foundation of quality and we need more of it"
I would argue that software quality has 3 foundations: good code reviews, testing, and... yeah... when everything else fails, bug triaging too!
#KDE #Plasma desktop 5.22 will be released next week:
If you're technical enough to file good bug reports, install the beta this weekend and help us catch any remaining issues!
@srevinsaju, once again, your contributions to #Spectacle are featuring in "This week in KDE":
Remember when #Kdenlive was an unpolished, crash-prone, barely usable video editor?
I'm genuinely amazed by how far it has come:
"Have a look at https://community.kde.org/Get_Involved to discover ways to be part of a project that really matters. Each contributor makes a huge difference in KDE; you are not a number or a cog in a machine! You don’t have to already be a programmer, either. I wasn’t when I got started. Try it, you’ll like it! We don’t bite!"
(found at the bottom of Nate Graham's weekly #KDE: updates:
I used this COPR repo:
This week in KDE: KWin gains direct scan-out, and Gwenview gets a lot of love
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