Well, it’s not about the song (search for the title of this post on youtube) but our first batch of home-made bread. We wanted to do this for a long time, talked about it a lot and even bought the
Within KDE we have a service called the binary factory. It’s a Jenkins driven build pipeline which we use in the KMyMoney project to build certain binary installable versions of the project. For the generation of our AppImage version we
Just in time for the upcoming Christmas Holidays, the KMyMoney development team today announces the immediate availability of version 5.1.1 of its open source Personal Finance Manager. This is a maintenance release as part of the ongoing effort to support
… may sometimes be a bit tricky. Since we were kids, my mom crafted an Advent calendar each year, one for each of us. The base of the calendar was the same every year: a piece of fabric with laces
Recently, the company I work for received their TISAX certification. TISAX is the short for TRUSTED INFORMATION SECURITY ASSESSMENT EXCHANGE and is widely used in the automotive industry. In general a good thing, as it boosts awareness with personnel when
The story began in June 2019, when my uncle called me and told me about an offer to get a super modern fibre-to-the-home line into his house operated by German Telekom at a very reasonable price. As of August 2020 he is still waiting for it. This is the diary of what happened.
The KMyMoney development team today announces the immediate availability of version 5.1.0 of its open source Personal Finance Manager. With additional development manpower we were able to tackle a lot of issues and will continue to do so in the
During the last weeks, as for most of us, the communication happens over applications on the PC. For this matter, I use my headphones which cover the ears, have a decent sound quality and a microphone builtin to the cable.
So it happened again: I feel being patronized by a large SW vendor who forces me to automatically run his software on my system after each login. As an open source developer and advocate I hate if I don’t have