In a month, KDE is kicking off their annual conference, KDE Akademy. Thanks to support from the University of Macedonia, this year’s conference will occur in Thessaloniki, Greece, from July 15–21st. It is a great opportunity to learn more about KDE and how this stellar desktop environment is used across many different Linux distributions, as well as discuss future plans.
Ubuntu features KDE in two official flavors, Kubuntu and Ubuntu Studio, giving users a customizable, powerful, but also simple desktop.
As a sponsor of the conference, we are looking to increase collaboration between KDE and Kubuntu, and be on the forefront of conversations when it comes to creating sustainable software that enables everyone to participate. KDE and Ubuntu have overlapping goals by putting a strong emphasis on creating user-friendly software and aiming to bring the latest technological advancements to their user base.
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