The last few weeks KDE Connect Team has been working on different areas. To know a little more about KDE Connect please check the end of this post.
Thanks to our awesome sysadmin team, we have a management tool to help us coordinating every effort we do. KDE Connect in not an isolated project. We already have or will have relation with many other KDE projects so we want to make sure we are prepared for growing without heavily increasing the administrative and coordination efforts needed to offer a high quality service.
KDE Connect will have mailing lists, IRC channels, forums…everything you expect from a community project. We will be open them up by demand, little by little. So don’t expect them as soon as the project is launched.
Artwork and marketing
Asun Sánchez is designing our logo and we are preparing a brochure for organizations that might want to join us. It will include a basic description of the Program and the basic terms and conditions.
KDE Connect will be presented during Akademy-es that will take place in Saragossa from May 18th to 20th.
Akademy 2012 Program Committee has just communicate me that the KDE Connect talk has been accepted so we will have a presentation this summer at Tallin, Estonia.
Procedures and activities
We are also defining the basic procedures that will be followed by KDE Connect team and organizations involved. The networking activities are also being described so KDE Connect Team members can have clear guidelines.
The roadmap is also under development. The initial plan is to launch KDE Connect in May. We will organize several activities during Akademy, so we need to do some previous work with organizations that will attend to our central event.
If everything goes as expected, I will be attending to LinuxTag 2012 helping in KDE booth and doing some KDE eV Board work .
Join KDE Connect Team
I would like to thank all the people that is helping me in this idea. If you are a KDE members and want to get involved, get in touch with me.
KDE Connect previous references