Should KDE join the (Digital) Global Climate Strike this friday?

2019-09-18 Thread cahfofpai
Hello to all members of the KDE community, this friday (september the 20th) will be a big day in climate protests and hopefully also in human history: People in more than 3500 places worldwide are joining the Global Climate Strike to draw attention to the rising climate crisis. The question I

Re: Retirement of notes.kde.org

2019-09-18 Thread Ben Cooksley
Hi all, Just bringing this thread to a bit of a conclusion, are we all happy for the replacement of notes.kde.org to go ahead? >From my reading through of this thread, i've seen people raise concerns about the following: - Author colours (which weren't 100% reliable on notes.kde.org in any case

Re: Retirement of notes.kde.org

2019-09-18 Thread Albert Vaca Cintora
On Wed, Sep 18, 2019 at 8:55 PM Kai Uwe Broulik wrote: > > > The fact that URLs were random, kind of gave me > > the feeling that they were only to be viewed by people with the link. > > You're aware that there's an overview by letter on notes.kde.org? :) > D'oh! Never mind then.

Re: Retirement of notes.kde.org

2019-09-18 Thread Kai Uwe Broulik
The fact that URLs were random, kind of gave me the feeling that they were only to be viewed by people with the link. You're aware that there's an overview by letter on notes.kde.org? :) Cheers Kai Uwe

Re: Retirement of notes.kde.org

2019-09-18 Thread Albert Vaca Cintora
On lunedì 16 settembre 2019 08:03:31 CEST Ben Cooksley wrote: > The content of notes.kde.org will be exported - likely in ODT format - > prior to us shutting it down. > The resulting files will be made available on share.kde.org. I'm sure I've written things in notes that I don't want to go

Re: Retirement of notes.kde.org

2019-09-18 Thread Aleix Pol
On Sun, Sep 15, 2019 at 8:58 PM Ben Cooksley wrote: > > Good evening all, > > Currently we're in the situation where the software we use to run > notes.kde.org is both difficult to maintain, as well as support (for > things like document confidentiality for various groups within KDE). > > We'd

FSF leadership

2019-09-18 Thread Valorie Zimmerman
As many of you know, Richard Stallman has stepped down from the FSF. However, his supporters on the FSF Board remain. The FSF is on our Advisory Board, according to https://ev.kde.org/advisoryboard.php Accordingly, I would like us (the KDE Community) to advise them to diversify their Board, as

Re: Retirement of notes.kde.org

2019-09-18 Thread Ben Cooksley
On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 2:50 AM Aleix Pol wrote: > > On Sun, Sep 15, 2019 at 8:58 PM Ben Cooksley wrote: > > > > Good evening all, > > > > Currently we're in the situation where the software we use to run > > notes.kde.org is both difficult to maintain, as well as support (for > > things like