KDE is my favourite desktop environment in GNU/Linux since 2004. Yes. I started with Slackware, then Beautiful Mandrake, then super SuSE. They all provided KDE as default desktop environment. It is so beautiful and most configurable. Though I explore GNOME to know how it is, I always switch back to KDE. Configuring KDE and Emacs … Continue reading Contribute to KDE using Screenshots of Desktop Applications
Slack is one of the chat tools I use to communicate with professional teammates. But, using that is a kill for my computer. It takes all the memory if I run as a desktop application. If i open it in a firefox tab, it slows down the firefox. Being a command line lover, I look … Continue reading Chat in slack in commandline – wee-slack
IRC - Internet Relay Chat - is a text based chat program. The 2k kids may compare this to slack, telegram chat, whatapp chat or any other instant messaging. IRC was created by Jarkko Oikarinen in August 1988. Wow. Too old, Right? Why it is not famous nowadays? People are telling that there are many … Continue reading Why I like IRC – Internet Relay Chat – even in 2020?
photo source : https://blog.kissmetrics.com/email-crushes-social-media/ I see many Foss groups started to use social media as main platform for communication. Twitter, Facebook group, telegram channel, whatsapp group, disapora etc. By doing so, all the conversations go private. They are forbidden to search engines and non smartphone users. All the discussions, questions, answers, fun chats go … Continue reading Use open platforms your tech communities
IRC - Internet Relay Chat is the very old, stable, reliable, online communication media.We can dive into the community with the IRC chat. Most of the open source communities have their own IRC channel. All the community members and contributors will hang out there. We can meet the real developers and can ask questions.Ubuntu and … Continue reading How to create an IRC Channel