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The work of the KDE Community is made possible thanks to contributions from KDE Community members, donors and corporations that collaborate with us. We want to thank those organizations that make significant donations of goods and services to KDE by publishing their names on this page.

Donations

OrganisationDescriptionUsageDate
stepping stone GmbHDonation of a virtual server (mason.kde.org).Mason is used to run an Anonymous Git server, providing access to KDE Git repositories over git:// and http://2013-12-02
Ange OptimizationSponsors a hosted server (ange.kde.org).Ange Optimization has sponsored a server hosted by Hetzner. This server is used as a build node for the KDE CI system.2013-09-30
Dalhousie University & ACORNDonation and hosting of a server (dalca.kde.org).Dalhousie University has donated dalca.kde.org and hosts it, with network connectivity provided by ACORN. This server is used as a build node for the KDE CI system.2013-05-28
Gärtner Datensysteme GmbH & Co. KGDonation and hosting of a server (sage.kde.org).Gärtner has donated sage.kde.org and hosts it. This server is currently used for processing the translations ("scripty").2013-05-06
IncapsulaDonation of CDN servicesIncapsula protects some of our sites against SQL-injections and XSS-scripting. It also provides a CDN for common images, javascript and stylesheets which are used on multiple sites to optimize performance.2012-07-14
BytemarkDonation of a virtual server (byte.kde.org)Bytemark has provided a small virtual machine which can be used for developers that need shell access to a server. The virtual machine also comes with DNS hosting, which we use for most of our domains.2011-05-11
NokiaDonation of a server (saba.kde.org)The main webserver for many of our sites (like www.kde.org) and it is our mail and spam server, used for all mailinglists.2011-04-29
NokiaDonation of a server (tesla.kde.org)Server to host the Necessitas project. Also used for serving in-app data via files.kde.org, master ftp server for publishing releases and backups of other servers2011-04-04
GeoscalingDNS service based on locationThis service allows us to offer anonymous svn and git checkout from a server which is geographically located near you.2011-02-08
CanonicalDonation and hosting of a server (cano.kde.org)Canonical has donated cano.kde.org and takes care of the hosting. This server is used for some of the bigger sites, like dot.kde.org, techbase.kde.org, forum.kde.org.2010-12-04
Rackspace Open CloudDonation of a virtual server (toast.kde.org)This server is used as anonymous svn server, primary for North and South America.2010-10-22
InterdominiosDonation and hosting of a server (fiesta.kde.org)Interdominios has donated fiesta.kde.org and takes care of the hosting. This server is used as a build node for the KDE CI system2010-07-29
SUSEHosting of a server (shrek.kde.org)SUSE hosts shrek.kde.org. This server is used for all repositories. The subversion server and all the git repositories which the community can use.2007-11-13
Radboud University, NijmegenHosting of a server (pumpkin.kde.org)This server is used for testing new services for our developers.2007-06-11
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet MuenchenHosting of a server (immanuel.kde.org)This server is used as primary rsync server for our mirrors and is serves as anonymous svn and git server.2006-07-29
OSUOSLDonation of a virtual server (stumptown.kde.org)This server is used for some websites, like sprints.kde.org and the commit digest.2005-11-28
GNU/FSFDonation of a virtual server (bluemchen.kde.org)This server is used for some tools like server monitoring, DNS master, but also powers the XMPP service to KDE Contributors.2005-08-01


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