i received an email the other day from a trysilian (or whatever one calls a person who lives in trysil) who is a kde/linux user. apparently he switched over not too long ago and has discoverpued it does everything he needs quite nicely, even in his work as a translator. he and a local journalist is coming up tomorrow to chat with us a bit.
we had a couple of quite long meetings today about kdelibs: what should go into kdelibs; how should we handle the process of managing the public APIs; what are our goals and practices for binary compatibility ... not trivial topics even if the questions are easily stated. we hopefully will have some proposals to bring to kde-core-devel soon.
we had lunch out on the deck in the sun with music supplied by my laptop. it was a nice break from the more heady topics earlier in the day. people are now back to hacking on various qt, kdelibs, dbus and build system issues. later today i'll be presenting the plasma technical design.
i made a podcast the other day and uploaded it .. hit a snag with our hosting solution for it, but i'll be doing more over the week and uploading them as they come. when the hosting situation gets worked out i'll post the url and announce it on theDot