This book presents 37 stories about the technical, social and cultural aspects that shaped the way the KDE community operates today. It has been written as part of the 20th anniversary of KDE. From community founders and veterans to newcomers, with insights from different perspectives and points of view, the book provides you with a thrilling trip through the history of such an amazing geek family.
"When eating an elephant, take one bite at a time."
"'Anyone can join this club' could have been an insult, but for KDE it is more like a battle cry of clear intent."
"In KDE we are very proud of being a diverse community. We strive to make sure it is - it’s not easy."
"This generous spirit and welcoming attitude is what has kept me, a grandma, involved in creating KDE as long as I am able."
"When I first got into KDE, it sometimes acted like a large, funny and chaotic family. It was also quite dysfunctional at times... like most large families."
"It is as exciting to think about where I can take KDE as it is to think about where KDE can take us"