Archive for the tag "akonadi"
I am not usually a copy/paste kind of guy but I thought it is good to have the following information visible on this blog instead of “just” being a forum post. I was triggered by a linuxquestions.org post which pointed to another post on forum.kde.org called “Common questions on Akonadi and Nepomuk in KDE PIM“. […]
One thing that keeps boggling people’s minds when they use KDE is Akonadi, the framework used to access PIM-like data. PIM being “Personal Information Management”. Akonadi leaves me in the dark too, sometimes! If you want to know a bit more about how Akonadi sits at the core of your personal data management in KDE, […]
Hi folks! It took a while, because I have been fighting with properly packaging the LibreOffice software for so long, and playing with slackware-current to find bugs and areas of improvement. But I finally found time to work on a set of Slackware packages for the second beta of the KDE 4.6 Software Compilation. The […]