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Latest revision as of 15:57, 15 October 2014
How can I help in development? Do I need to learn how to code?
There are many ways to help the KDE community, not only through programming. There are other areas of contribution that need talent of other kinds. All that's necessary is the desire to help and some commitment. Of course, if you want learn how to program in order contribute, we will be more than willing to get you started as well.
Some other ways to help include
- End-user support - if you are experienced, consider joining a mailing list or the Forum to help support newer users.
- If you are able to help with translation as part of the official team, consult this list to find a contact point. If you would like to help with UserBase translation, use the sidebar link to get a translator account, then read the Tasks and Tools page.
- English documentation is also needed, and here on UserBase is a good place to start.
Q: When I log in to KDE, some programs are/are not started and I want to change this. How can I do this?
A: See Autostart
Q: When I take a break, I just want to hit the Break key and the desktop should be locked. How can I achieve this?
A: Open System Settings.
Select . Click on the Shortcut
, type the key you want to associate (Break
in this example). Click on . As Command/URL
Then click on .
Other FAQ pages
General configuration of your workspace
Desktop Effects FAQs
KMail FAQs, hints and tips
Plasma K~Runner FAQs, hints and tips
KPilot FAQs, hints and tips
KCalc FAQs, hints and tips
Configuration hints and tips for various browsers
Hidden settings in Gwenview
Colour Management FAQs
Hints and tips for using KDevelop4
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