KDE and community
August 12, 2007
Another image in my series on pondering the question “What does KDE mean to you?” I’m not sold on the exact wording yet. Thanks for all the suggestions so far; I’ll be updating my previous image based on feedback.
The original image size is huge on this photo…I could drape the Empire State Building with a banner down the side with this resolution for the 4.0 release. The visual perspective on this photo is just great IMO. I’m trying to convey that choosing KDE on technical merit alone is easy enough; but you get an automatic GetHotNewStuff install of friends, communities and a new family. The individual here in the image may not have any other KDE users on their block just yet, but they’ve just realized the unexpected benefit of a welcoming group with open arms. Can a welcome wagon or bake sale be that far off?
Another Gearheads episode and photo next week. I think you’ll enjoy the next one. I’ve also already made one that’s actually a parody/satire of my own work.