[GSoC – 6] Achieving consistency between SDDM and Plasma

Previously: 1st GSoC post 2nd GSoC post 3rd GSoC post 4th GSoC post 5th GSoC post Roughly a year ago I made a post titled How I'd improve KDE Plasma - a user's point of view. I never shared the post publicly, but revisiting the first topic of the post — "my biggest pet peeve"... Continue Reading →

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[GSoC – 5] Achieving consistency between SDDM and Plasma

Previously: 1st GSoC post 2nd GSoC post 3rd GSoC post 4th GSoC post In this GSoC entry I’ll mention two things implemented since the last blog post: syncing of scaling and NumLock settings. Aside from that, I’ll reflect on syncing of locally-installed files. Even thought I thought scaling would require changes on the SDDM side... Continue Reading →

First steps in open-source

Since the beginning of this year I've been actively involved in the development of, well, the Linux desktop environment I've been using for about 4 years or so. The desktop environment is called Plasma and is being developed by the KDE Community, which is mostly made up of volunteers/enthusiasts from all over the world. The... Continue Reading →

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