Planet KDE

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According to the data and stats that were collected, 'Planet KDE' channel has an outstanding rank and belongs to KDE category. In addition 'Planet KDE' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses long articles along with sentence constructions of the intermediate readability level, which is a result that may indicate difficult texts on the channel, probably due to a big amount of industrial or scientific terms.

About 'Planet KDE' Channel

Planet KDE - http://planetKDE.org/

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Long articles are widely used on 'Planet KDE' as elaborated and interesting content can help the channel to reach a high number of subscribers. In addition there are some medium length articles making up more than a quarter of all textual items.

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Intermediate readability level is common for 'Planet KDE' articles as it addresses the matters that demand certain level of education to be understood. Sometimes the channel gets even more difficult by issuing pieces of advanced readability level (there are just a few of them). In addition the channel contains materials of a basic readability level, making up more than a quarter of its content.

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Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

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Global Shortcuts and the Lock Screen

[...] With Plasma 5 our lock screen architecture changed significantly. For example we do no longer support screen saver hacks or [...] for supporting shortcuts in the lock screen. [...]

Why screen lockers on X11 cannot be secure

[...] a little bit into context. The first vulnerability concerns our QtQuick user interface for the lock screen. Through the Look and Feel package it was possible to send the login information to a remote [...]

How does systemd relate to Plasma?

[...] to respond that they have finished their pre suspend tasks. This allows us to make sure the lock screen is completely up and running before we suspend the system; so you don't have that jarring and [...]

Power Management in 5.3

[...] prevented by a power management inhibition – Improved cumulative battery handling; your lock screen will now show the proper percentage, not a random battery that happens to be #1 (could [...]

KF5 Porting Progress

[...] . On top of these frameworks (collectively called KF5 or KDE Frameworks version 5), the KDE community also ported the desktop shell and released Plasma 5. But KDE software does not stop at the [...]

The Initiation

[...] this point it is imperative that I write a few things about my mentor Jeremy, Debjit and the KDE community. The mentors Jeremy has been contributing to the community for the past few years. He is one [...]

SoK Final Report – Theme Designing for Pairs

[...] Mahour without whom this project will never be successful. Further more, I would like to thank KDE community who helped me through mailing list when I have issues regarding the project. Last but not [...]

Final Report : Season of KDE

[...] Shah for helping me throughout the course of the project.I would also like to thank the KDE community who helped me IRC channels whenever I had a problem regarding the project.Finally,I [...]

Sometimes they come back: Danbooru Client ported to KF5 and C++

[...] view for posts (I managed more or less, with a lot of blood and tears). Then the KDE Frameworks 5 and Qt 5 arrived on the scene… Enter KDE Frameworks 5 I thought, “why not port it to [...]

Plasma 5.2 – The Quintessential Breakdown

[...] used it. “We must untie the knots.” That day has already come and passed; dubbed “KDE Frameworks 5″ for the technology, and “Plasma 5″ for the environment/applications, these [...]

KDE Partition Managers 1.1.1 and 1.2.0

[...] 1.2.0 is a new feature release. It doesn’t have that many new features but the port to KDE Frameworks is complete. Download links can be found in usual locations on download.kde.org: http:// [...]

Sometimes you need to reinvent the wheel

[...] yet feature-complete product. Calamares is built with Qt 5, C++11, Boost.Python, (bits of) KDE Frameworks 5 and KDE Partition Manager. Feature highlights include: a completely modular design, with [...]

KDE Applications 15.04 Feature Freeze is in 2 weeks

[...] As per our Release Schedule, the freeze for KDE Applications 15.04 is in two weeks (25 February). Get yourselves ready! [...]

Kdenlive news for 4 months... many good things!

[...] February. As we talked on the list about preparing a Frameworks 5 release for 15.04 (with KDE Applications?), Mario Fux who is mentoring us focused our attention on getting in line for this. We just [...]

QtSpeech progress

[...] use Qt API. This turned out to be a great idea in my opinion. The predecessor to QtSpeech in KDE applications was Jovie, formerly known as kttsd. While it worked for the most part it required a daemon [...]

February Bug of the Month

[...] counting in the underlying PolicyKit package, and proposed a patch upstream. While Max uses KDE software since the very early KDE 3 releases, and also works as a developer for Astra Linux, this was [...]

KF5 Porting Progress

[...] The porting of KDE software from Qt4 to Qt5 is in full progress. The KDE core libraries were splitted to multiple [...]

Sometimes they come back: Danbooru Client ported to KF5 and C++

[...] day job), but I wanted to gain at least some basic skills to be able to contribute directly to KDE software. And so a port of Danbooru Client to C++ began. I took the opportunity also to learn some [...]

Plasma 5.2 release party in Stuttgart

[...] Time: 18:00 Place: Sophies Brauhaus, Marienstraße 28, 70178 Stuttgart Who: You! and fellow KDE developers and users What are we doing: Have a few beers, a delicious dinner, talk, have fun… Please [...]

February Bug of the Month

[...] : not being able to invoke keyboard shortcuts is a blocker for usability, most (if not all) KDE developers use a single keyboard layout, so there is little chance that any of them runs into it, it is [...]

Plasma 5.2 – The Quintessential Breakdown

[...] could bring in nearly all the legacy materials, even when used outside the Plasma desktop. KDE developers knew what had to be done and set into motion years ago a complicated, time-consuming, and [...]

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Global Shortcuts and the Lock Screen

[...] With Plasma 5 our lock screen architecture changed significantly. For example we do no longer support screen saver hacks or [...] for supporting shortcuts in the lock screen. [...]

Why screen lockers on X11 cannot be secure

[...] a little bit into context. The first vulnerability concerns our QtQuick user interface for the lock screen. Through the Look and Feel package it was possible to send the login information to a remote [...]

How does systemd relate to Plasma?

[...] to respond that they have finished their pre suspend tasks. This allows us to make sure the lock screen is completely up and running before we suspend the system; so you don't have that jarring and [...]

Power Management in 5.3

[...] prevented by a power management inhibition – Improved cumulative battery handling; your lock screen will now show the proper percentage, not a random battery that happens to be #1 (could [...]

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