"Since 8 months ago I'm part of the KMail team. I do mainly bug fixing all around KMail to make it as stable as
possible and finishing things, others have started. Too many things to list them all. A major part was probably
completing support for non-latin encodings. Since a few weeks I also work to implement the probably most
requested feature that is still missing in KMail (imap)."
"How and when did you get involved in KDE?"
"The first time I used KDE was about two years ago when I got an account for a linux cip pool at the university.
They were (and are still :-) running KDE 1.0 there. A few weeks later I also installed it on my own computer and
found, that it is nice."
"I got contact to the developers by posting bug reports and one line bug fixes. I was nice to get feedback. Since
KDE 2.0 beta 1 I did again intensive testing and some day I decided to join the developers. I though it is much
more useful, than visiting a C or C++ course at the university and writing useless applications lots of other people
have already written before. Well, I did already coding in nearly all other programming languages besides C++
before. Besides that it is also fun to contribute to KDE."
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