Interview on hostingadvice.com

How KDE's Open Source community has built reliable, monopoly-free computing for 20+ years
How KDE’s Open Source community has built reliable, monopoly-free computing for 20+ years
A few days ago, Hostingadvice.com’s lovely Alexandra Leslie interviewed me about my work in KDE. This interview has just been published on their site. The resulting article gives an excellent overview over what and why KDE is and does, along with some insights and personal stories from my own history in the Free software world.

At the time, Sebastian was only a student and was shocked that his work could have such a huge impact on so many people. That’s when he became dedicated to helping further KDE’s mission to foster a community of experts committed to experimentation and the development of software applications that optimize the way we work, communicate, and interact in the digital space.

“With enough determination, you can really make a difference in the world,” Sebastian said. “The more I realized this, the more I knew KDE was the right place to do it.”

Plasma rocks Akademy published

Marco and Sebas talk Plasma: State of the Union
Marco and Sebas talk Plasma: State of the Union
I published an article about the recent Akademy conference on KDE’s news site, dot.kde.org. This article discusses the presentation Marco and I gave (Plasma: State of the Union), Wayland, Kirigami, Plasma Mobile and our award-winning colleague Kai. Enjoy the read!