> I want to know how development progresses,
we used to have that in the form of the commit digest. would be nice to see that revived by people with interest and the time.
> I want a website which displays the reported recent plasma crashes.
easily available with a query (which you can save, btw) on bugs.kde.org
> I want a website that explains me a single working methods how to set up a built environment on a free machine.
techbase.kde.org, which is linked to from kde.org
> I want an idea torrent set up for KDE.
> I want to see the users get involved to discuss KDE in a open and honest way.
i would, too. unfortunately that seems to require more time for research and patience for careful analysis than most computer users can manage. just because it's a GUI that you can see with your eyes and manipulate with your mouse doesn't make the topics of design immediately accessible.
> I don't want slogans and empty marketing gibberish. I want better code.
would you take both? or rather, ignore the former as they are evidently not for you and revel instead in the latter.
> I don't want a code of conduct bullshit,
i'm sorry to hear you think agreeing to treat others with reasonable levels of common-sense care is bullshit. those who spend their time working on KDE tend to feel differently about that.
> I want management by geeks and hacker ethics.
the two aren't mutually exclusive.
> I want to praise the artists which make KDE great.