Planet KDE on Telegram

Planet KDE on Telegram

Ehilà guys, you can follow Planet KDE as Telegram channel:
telegram.me/planetkde
…or in your Telegram client type “@planetkde” in global search field.

(I have set a bot to mirror the RSS feed to a Telegram channel).

You can also see KDE announcements at @kdenews.

that’s all, ciao!

Comments (Markdown supported):

  1. Fabian

    What about a Plasma Users Supergroup? Would be nice to have something like this too.

    1. community.kde.org/Telegram gathers some Telegram groups (most of them were created by me as starting point, not every group is really active). Since it’s a wiki, I hope users will add their groups by their selves 😉

      1. Fabian

        Thank you
        Maybe it would be possible to add important groups to the main site.
        like telegram, (facebook, twitter, g+ are already there) and whatever in the “social”-widget on kde.org

        1. Most KDE sites are in a process of restyling, so maybe after that. You can see a preview of future style at neon.kde.org, where there is also a link to a Telegram group 😉

      2. Albert

        That page misses who controls those channels and how to contact them, would probably benefit merging or cross linking from https://community.kde.org/Promo/People/social_media

        Also are those bots free software? Where’s the source code?

        1. Thanks for pointing it out: currently the admins are me and @nicolas17, I have to mention it somewhere, probably merging as you suggested.
          About the bot, it’s a bot configured through an other bot, @manybot, to mirror an RSS feed to a Telegram channel. “Manybot” isn’t open source afaik. I found who can code a bot in KDE, but the question is where to host it in a secure way. I’m also sure that open source bots will be developed by third parties since Telegram recently made bots able to publish in a channel. Let’s wait and investigate it.

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