Phonon, the amazing multimedia abstraction layer for KDE and Qt software is growing younger by the day. How cool is that? Ladies and gentleman, I give you the all new phonon.kde.org:
The new design was created by Tomasz Dudzik and made into code by Wojciech Ryrych. I would like to take the opportunity and thank both for their amazing work. Great job, guys! Also thanks to Ben Cooksley for helping with the transition on the sysadmin side of things 🙂
This stunning new site is not only gorgeous, but also highly efficient. Instead of having information for each target audience (user, developer, community) on the same site, rotting away for lack of maintenance, we are making once more use of the great KDE infrastructure. Everything is nicely “outsourced” to the respective KDE wikis where everyone can contribute to the knowledge and make the reading experiences all the better.
Over the next couple of days we will still tweak the site a bit, like a quick introduction to the awesomeness called Phonon is still missing.
I hope you like the site as much as I do.
You like Phonon enough to want it on your wallpaper? No problem! Tomasz also took care of that (size is 2 MiB):