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Thank you


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.


DigitalOceanSponsors free credits on their cloud platformWe use a DigitalOcean droplet (virtual private server) to host one of our repository mirrors, and part of the KDE neon infrastructure.2016-07-04
Datacamp Limited (CDN77.com)Donation of Content Distribution Network servicesCDN77 is used to globally distribute the common images, stylesheets, javascript and other elements which are used on numerous KDE websites, enhancing performance and improving access to our sites in the process.2016-05-05
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 a series of virtual machines, which host Scripty and the generation process for docs.kde.org as well as our server monitoring system.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
CanonicalDonation and hosting of a server (cano.kde.org)Canonical has donated cano.kde.org and takes care of the hosting. This server hosts a number of websites of varying types, including www.kde.org.2010-12-04
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 hosts the master copies of our two mirror networks: download.kde.org and files.kde.org, along with the Mirrorbrain redirectors for both.2007-11-13
OSUOSLDonation of a virtual server (stumptown.kde.org)This server is used for a series of small websites, including the Season of KDE management application, Commit Digest and our Limesurvey instance (survey.kde.org)2005-11-28
GNU/FSFDonation of a virtual server (bluemchen.kde.org)This server is used for a variety of tasks, including crucially being one of two servers supporting the Geolocation DNS service behind anongit.kde.org.2005-08-01

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