"On June 1st, 2010, KDE Blog, one of the foremost KDE-focused
blogs in Spanish, celebrated the publication of its 1500th post.
The occasion seemed to be the perfect excuse to chat with its
author, Baltasar Ortega, and to ask him a few questions about
himself, blogging, and how KDE is going to take over the world.
Read on for his insightful and passionate answers.
"Dot: Hi Baltasar! Could you start by introducing yourself to
"Baltasar: First of all, I would like to thank you for the
opportunity to participate in KDE.NEWS. My name is Baltasar Ortega
Bort. I have a BA in physics and I work as a high school teacher in
the San Pedro Apóstol school, in Puerto de Sagunto (Spain).
I am also a professor-tutor in UNED (the main Spanish public
university for distance education, what in English is often
referred to as an 'open university').
"Computers have always been my hobby at the user level, although
I have always wanted to learn to write code (this is one of the
permanent items in my to-do list). I have recently been admitted as
a member of KDE-Spain, by which I feel very honored."