Tag: community (57 entries)
Created by graphic design student Nate Kearney, NKEY is a print magazine concept with some kbd.news interviews as its backbone.
Quentin Lebastard of Bastard Keyboards, designer of the Charybdis and Dilemma, talks about himself and his designs on the occasion of the upcoming release of the Dilemma Max.
One year after launching the try-at-home service, Milktooth's Kevin talks about experiences and trends in the mechanical switch scene.
Today marks the 9 year anniversary of starting FalbaTech, so I reached out to Jan, who celebrates with offering you an extra discount.
Monkeytype's lead developer Jack was kind enough to answer my questions on the occasion of his popular typing app turning 3.
There is a writing contest going on over at the Vintage is The New Old blog. Let's come up with something original until June 30th!
Tamas Dovenyi, the guy behind kbd.news, sums up one year of the blog touching on a wide range of topics from visitor stats to new features.
Large communities are difficult to appease, and even more difficult to keep organized. This year, /r/MechanicalKeyboards has undergone many significant changes.
Keebsmas is an annual holiday charity event. Twitch streamers host giveaways, and raise donations. This year for DIY Girls.
Some thoughts about the tradition of MK advent calendars in the Japanese DIY keyboard community. As the 0th day post of the first KBD.NEWS Advent Calendar.
Let me introduce a new and exciting seasonal column and special issue: the KBD.NEWS Advent Calendar 2022! :D
This is a subjective list of my favorite projects submitted to the Seeed keyboard competition.
In this interview I asked RominRonin about the katana layout, his Katana60 PCBs, the upcoming Tsuka60, and a lot more!
Founder Evgeny answered some questions on the occasion of ergohaven turning one.
Daihuku reports on the meishi2 exhibition hosted by Yushakobo, where 20 business card-sized keyboards were on display.
On the mechanical keyboard scene of Bangladesh in general, and on Kebab, the first group buy of the local community.
Milktooth launched a new service offering switch testers for free.
Shark's site, stuffed with vintage IBM related content, turned three.
I asked Pekaso-san, one of the most influential members of the Japanese mechanical keyboard scene, about his weekly show on Youtube and related side gigs.
Hackaday launched a Cyberdeck Contest with prizes offered by Digi-Key.
As you may have noticed, mods made some important changes to the r/mk subreddit, resulting in considerably less spam on the main thread.
Buyers who ordered their MBK Legend caps from G-Boards haven't received their sets. Reach out to FKcaps if you are one of them.
Seeed Fusion launched a new keyboard contest with free prototyping and nice prizes. Check out the details.
Hackaday' Odd Inputs and Peculiar Peripherals Contest is over. Check out the winners.
Oblotzky's write-up on visiting GMK's new production facility.