Did you know that for the 5th year, KDE is planning a Developer Sprint which is going to be held in Randa, Switzerland from the 9th to 15th of August this year?
Let me tell you a few words about it if you don’t know what is all about. These sprints are mostly the only times when KDE developers gather under the same roof to work on specific parts of our beloved open-source organization. These sprints are a great opportunity to plan and design new features as well as to hack on them. If you are interested, you can find more about previous sprints here.
But things cannot be as accessible as we might want. As you have probably guessed already, KDE needs money in order to make possible these meetings, since it is a non-profit organization which gained its popularity (and raises it day by day) owing to its great contributors and its great users. These contributors donate their time to help improve the software you love, so if you are a dedicated KDE user or if you are simply enthusiastic about free and open-source software you can support the Randa Meetings by making a donation here. Thank you!
Remember that wonderful ‘bird out of cage’ feeling FOSS gives you.