I'm really happy to announce that the first issue of the relaunched KDE Commit-Digest is now online for your reading pleasure!
All this is built upon Enzyme, my project-independent open source web platform for distributed creation of Commit-Digests. I've been somewhat overwhelmed with the work required so far - i've spent a lot of my spare time for what seems like months now working on this! - and starting / managing a new small community has been a new, challenging experience for me. But I have been repeatedly motivated to continue through the harder parts by the many people who have helped me get the server running (thanks KDE sysadmins!) or have given me feedback on the Enzyme system, and the people who have volunteered so far because they believe in this project.
My last post was a call for help and was effective, but as I thought, some of the people who signed up have not contributed so far - much of this is my fault, as Enzyme has been broken to varying degrees over the last few weeks :)
However, after so much work, the technical issues should be mostly in the past now. Therefore, I warmly welcome contributions from people who can contribute on a regular basis. All skills are needed (classifiers / reviewers, translators, etc), but especially critical are editors - people who can contact developers to get the feature pieces you see at the top of each Digest. Stuart Jarvis has done an excellent job this week, but he is one of only two people who have volunteered for this task, so many more people are needed for a sustainable Digest.
There are also other ways to help which do not involve such a long term commitment (one of these is donating money!) which will help me build the KDE Commit-Digest into a strong and truly sustainable regular publication. Thanks for sticking with me so far, and enjoy!