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Re: [kde] getting start




shailendra acharya posted on Mon, 09 Jun 2014 21:34:57 +0530 as excerpted:

> this is shail. i want to contribute in kde but i m confused what should
> i do? i have knowledge of c,c++,php,java and also with algoritham. i
> want to do a good project. plz suggest me.since open source is a
> platform where i can learn lots of new things and increase my skills.
> plz welcome me i m new in kde.

Welcome!

I imagine Kevin, who's a kde dev active on this list, will be along with 
more detail in some hours if I leave anything big out, but here's a few 
links to get you started. =:^)

http://techbase.kde.org

You may also be interested in:

http://community.kde.org

In terms of mailing lists, this one here is the general user list.  
There's a more specifically development list that's still not application 
specific, kde-devel, and various application specific lists as well.  
Here's the lists info page link:

http://www.kde.org/support/mailinglists/

To give you an idea of what's available in the larger kde and qt 
communities, try:

http://kde-look.org
http://kde-apps.org
http://qt-apps.org

(FWIW those sites are part of the larger opendesktop.org family, which 
includes gtk-look.org and others not directly related to kde as well.  As 
these sites include a lot of both free as in freedom and free as in cost 
additional software and artwork, they're highly recommended for users as 
well. =:^)

-- 
Duncan - List replies preferred.   No HTML msgs.
"Every nonfree program has a lord, a master --
and if you use the program, he is your master."  Richard Stallman

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