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Cool KDE Hackers


Cool KDE Hackers are testing opendesktop.org features.

Created:Aug 28 2008
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 Ready, Set, Go

 by cornelius on: Aug 28 2008
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Group has been started. Invitations have been sent. Hooray!

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 Re: Ready, Set, Go

 by Frank on: Aug 28 2008
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Great new group. :-)

Frank Karlitschek
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 Hey Hey!

 by xxtransporterxx on: Sep 2 2008
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Hey Guys, Whazz Up?

Signing out

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 by groovydaddy on: Jul 21 2010
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ITT Technical Institute

Hello KDE Hackers. I'm GroovyD, and just wanted to introduce myself. Post other intros in this thread so that we can know who to ask for help with what areas.

I'm decent with Python 2.6, and currently attending ITT Technical Institute for computer networking and information system security. My college will soon be teaching me how to hack! ;-) I'm fairly new to Linux (user for about a year), and I've been a distro hopper for a while now. I've used just about everything Debian and Ubuntu based with just about every WM/DE out there. I've also used Fedora, Slack, SuSE, and indy distros, and I truly hated how user un-friendly they were. I finally settled on Linux Mint KDE 9 RC (for now, at least), and I'm loving how easy the system is to use and how sophisticated and complete the system is.

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 Re: Intro

 by TheRob on: Jul 22 2010
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user un-friendly??? suse is user un-friendly?

Dude, youre off your game :(

Please define user un-friendly, and I
don't mean stuff like "zomg, kde crashed
while installing and plasma eats my mem
like it's chocolate". wtf dude.

"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!" -Denis Leary
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 Re: Re: Intro

 by groovydaddy on: Jul 23 2010
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ITT Technical Institute

No disrespect meant, I assure you. :) openSuSE was one of the first that I tried because I heard from a friend of mine at ITT that uses it that SuSE was extremely easy to use. I guess it would have been better to say that other distros just weren't for me.

For me, I love KDE and I love Mint. That's all. Have a good evening TheRob.

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