The progress of hardware

from left to right: Project Anakin, Project Don't be evil and the final hardware

Live from #Akademy2019: Marco Martin and Bhushan Shah tell us about how KDE is also making inroads on embedded devices.

Programs which fail and then return status code 0 are SUPER COOL GUYS

Theory:
1. Reinvent a square wheel
2. Understand what's so hard about making wheels
3. Observe how a round wheel someone invented a while ago performs better than your square one.
4. Appreciate the brilliant and simple solutions to all wheel design issues that a round wheel implements.
5. Throw away your square wheel.

Practice:
1. Reinvent a square wheel
2. Push it to production

It's pretty amazing that you can develop an app using KDE's libraries in KDE's IDE, have wonderful artists make your project artwork in KDE's painting app and edit a video about it all in KDE's video editor. The number of organizations that could tell the same story can be counted on one hand. The scope of what the community does is stunning.

Personally, I think the level of mistrust is too low for ALL of these companies, and the level of trust is concerning.

"Which IoT Companies Do People Most Mistrust?"

pcmag.com/news/369730/which-io

HTTP : Hot Potatoes
HTTPs : Hot Potatoes, but secure

The KDE family grows: Kaidan, the Kirigami-based Jabber chat client joins the Community:
kaidan.im/2019/05/10/kaidan-jo

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