Tag: GNU/Linux

KDE neon – A Fresh KDE Experience!

Where did Jonathan Riddell go after stepping down from the Kubuntu project? Yes, you guessed it, he started working on KDE neon. KDE neon is not really a new GNU/Linux distribution, but a software repository with KDE software that’s rapidly updated. The base system that this project is built on top of is Ubuntu. But,

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Fedora 21 Workstation with GNOME 3.14

I’m not really a hardcore Fedora fan, but this video of Fedora 21 Workstation with GNOME 3.14 really looks inspiring. Doesn’t it? I know, Fedora 21 is not today’s news, but I stumbled over this video and wanted to share it. And while we’re at it, why not take a look at a few features

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openSUSE 13.2 is Finally Here!

The GNU/Linux distribution openSUSE 13.2 was released today. I have been watching their countdown on their website the last days to be honest. I was really looking forward to this. openSUSE 13.2 ships with some of the newest technology and features from GNOME and KDE, and the openSUSE team has improved and cleaned up some

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What I’ve Been up to Lately

I haven’t posted anything on this blog this month, and it’s almost over. Better late than never, right? So what have I been up to lately? To sum some of it up with a few keywords: Arch Linux, i3 WM, Lychee and web design/developing. If anything of that interests you, you should read on.