Quick notification: on Saturday the 18th (tomorrow by my clock, but today already for many others) there is a Plasma meeting to determine our game plan leading up to the hard feature freeze mid-November. It will start at 15:00 UTC. Plasma people: be there, or be square!
I'm also considering doing a weekly live broadcast via Ustream.tv. I'd like to do some technical tutorials, do some general user updates and some KDE business related updates (e.V. stuff, for instance). I'd like to make it interactive with people asking questions or providing input on an IRC channel. I'm still not completely sold on the idea ... so I'd like to hear what you think.
Btw, I haven't found any Free internet broadcasters (meaning ones that don't use flash or other proprietary stuff), so if you know of one please let me know.
Also, if anyone knows of any decent Free software that runs on Linux that can combine a live video stream with a live desktop stream, please let me know. Otherwise, I think there's a great opportunity for an interesting v4l2 based project just waiting to be filled: imagine if we had the Free sofware tools to do live education on both usage and deveopment of Free software. The mind boggles! =)
(Oh, and speaking of "ways I communicate to others", for those that haven't stumbled upon it, I also twitter, because it's what all the cool kids are doing and I like to do what the cool kids do in a form of silent ironic mockery. Or something. Meh.)