HUGO migrated to Hugo

The website of the KDE project recently transitioned their website to Hugo. It’s always great to see Hugo being adopted by large organizations, especially in the FLOSS world.

What is this project about you may ask: KDE is an international community that develops free and open-source software. The project is most notably known for the development of the Plasma Dekstop, one of the most popular desktop environments for Linux, and the associated software suite.

More information about the transition to Hugo are outlined in this blog post:

There’s also a discussion on HackerNews.


That is really cool. I used KDE periodically back when I tried to use Linux as my personal desktop (which, admittingly kind of sucked; but I was enough of a terminal geek to stick with it for a while).