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
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
Once more, I wanted to push a small change to a Git repository to which the owner gave me write access. This repo is currently the only one for me, for which I need to use https as transport protocol
The KMyMoney development team today announces the immediate availability of version 5.0.8 of its open source Personal Finance Manager. Despite even more testing we understand that some bugs may have slipped past our best efforts. If you find one of
You might be wondering what is going on in the KMyMoney development department. Here are some insights of what has happened in the background at least on my end. During the last few months I was working on an experiment
The KMyMoney development team today announces the immediate availability of version 5.0.7 of its open source Personal Finance Manager. This release becomes necessary due to the new regulations of the PSD2 which affects the online banking availability for German users.
It has always been a mystery to me, why the AqBanking/Gwenhywfar library used for online banking in KMyMoney complains about the validity of certificates because it cannot check the signer when all other software on my system has no problem