Three weeks ago I attended my second Randa Meetings. I found the same gentle Mario, richer now, as he has a little boy. The little boy’s actually a tester for the KDE Edu GCompris suite 😉 I’d like to thank Mario and his family for their support in organizing this event. It’s not that simple to keep happy so many people.
The kind people (I better say hackers) I already knew where joined by new faces, and it’s a pleasure to see our community is a very vivid and active one. They join this sprint from a bunch of different countries and I find it very interesting to discuss with them about their countries and experiences. And finally to see we are all the same.
Attending Randa was on my way from Lyon to Timisoara, Romania, where I started a new job on September 15. And that’s not my home town, neither my family’s. Actually, it’s my first time I live in this town, and I quite enjoy it. However, new job, new apartment, new people – all this let little to time for KSecret Service hacking. But as you can see, I can blog about it, so new commits will follow on the source code 🙂
Hopefully, until next Randa Meetings 2016 we’ll have a stable version everyone will be happy with. Until then, you only have two things to do, please:
- Stay tuned and be a pre-alpha tester – I’ll blog here when first usable versions will become available
- Donate to the ongoing fundraiser, to keep these KDE Sprints possible
Oh, last but no least, I may well organize a KDE Sprint here in Timi?oara. Anybody interested?