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Missing tools for people looking for jobs

I have mentioned it before in some blog posts that I’m out looking for a job. In my job searching process, there is a couple of nice tools that I am missing. Maybe if I describe one of them, someone

Posted in english, kde

Network status aware apps

Am I online or not? There is a summary at the end for the quick readers. It is in many modern applications important to be able to more or less gracefully handle if the application user is online or not.

Posted in english, kde, qt

First Plasma Active experience

John Layt recently blogged about his adventure with having children use Plasma Active with quite some success. The task I was this evening out at a board meeting in my local scout group, and for such a event you of

Posted in english, kde

Desktopsummit, jobs, prison and such

It’s been a while since I last blogged, and some things has happened. Jobs I’m out looking for a job. Preferably KDE/Qt or Debian related. Or at least opensource related. Feel free to contact me if you know of anything.

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Daemon slaying

I’ve gotten a couple of complaints on the amount of daemons that is launched by default by any app built upon the KDE Frameworks, so I investigated one of them a bit. The knotify daemon currently seems to do two

Posted in english, kde

Five is a four letter word

and it starts with f… While looking at the future of the KDE Platform Frameworks here in Randa, Switzerland, a lot of interesting things has been found in kdelibs and kdepimlibs KSortableList KTypeList KAscii that no one knew what was

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Barcodes, Weather and other nice things

Long time no blogging. Earlier, I wrote a blog post about transporting data to mobile phones. I have since then extracted the Data Matrix code I wrote there into a separate library, prison and added support for QR Code as

Posted in debian, english, kde

Previous weekend in Debian KDE land

3 interesting small things happened in the weekend. Due to the hard work of mostly Florian Reinhard and George Kiagiadakis, Bluedevil is now available. Bluedevil is a new and improved bluetooth handling thing targetted the KDE Workspaces. The Debconf people

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Transport data easily to mobile phones

I guess we all have the challenge of how to easily get a link or a phone number or some other strings of data from the computer to the mobile phone. With the help of mobile barcodes and klipper, this

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debconf kde frontend

I wrote another blog post a while back talking about Debconf kde frontend. I spend some days at akademy looking at it, and then refined it a bit when I got home. Results: perlqt is in unstable and soon in

Posted in debian, english, kde