JUN
25
2005

Initial Release of Telephony Application KCall

The KCall team is happy to announce its first public beta release, which was finished during LinuxTag 2005.

JUN
25
2005

LinuxTag 2005: KDE Applications for Firefox

Today the KDE project previewed a new technology that allows arbitrary KPart-based KDE applications to be embedded into Mozilla's FireFox.

JUN
17
2005

TUX Magazine: iPod for KDE and K3b

In this month's TUX magazine KDE's Jes Hall explains how to get your iPod working with amaroK. It also includes a comprehensive guide to KDE's CD burning application K3b. Available in HTML is a review of Kubuntu. TUX is a magazine for new GNU/Linux users and available as free PDF download.

JUN
16
2005

dataKiosk Adds Advanced Search and Data Entry

The competition for KDE's best database application is heating up with the recent release of dataKiosk version 0.7. Virtual fields, custom SQL searches, a full blown data entry form with dynamically created data aware widgets and data reports that can be sorted, grouped and bound to tables/fields/searches are among its new features.

JUN
4
2005

Kexi 0.9 Stable Released

The Kexi Team have announced the availability of Kexi 0.9, codenamed "Shorthorn", the newest release of the integrated environment for managing data. Changes include official support for database forms, many improvements in handling server databases. For user convenience, Tabular Data View's behaviour is now very similar to Form Data View's behaviour.

JUN
4
2005

Knoda Now Supports Firebird and Paradox

Knoda is a database frontend for KDE. With its latest release, Knoda introduces support for Firebird and Paradox databases, now supporting all open source SQL servers. Besides managing tables and queries, Knoda also lets you create forms and reports, scriptable via Python.

Supported database formats are:

JUN
3
2005

Application of the Month: amaroK

The latest application of the month is KDE's most feature-packed media player amaroK. The overview takes a look at functionality including Audioscrobbler, cover management and scripting. We also have an interview with amaroK's team of developers covering their development process, usability and accusations of being hopeless IRC junkies.

MAY
20
2005

A Whole New World with The G System

The G System is a free and open source simulation framework and virtual reality, using Qt and KDE. The recent 0.5 release adds multi-user capability, an important milestone in the history of this project. Using the G System many users can now join in the same virtual universe.

MAY
10
2005

LWN.net: The Grumpy Editor's Guide to Image Management Applications

LWN.net's Grumpy Editor examined image management applications including digiKam and KimDaBa after some time ago he already evaluated digiKam for accessing his digital camera: "digiKam is a capable and useful tool with a few rem

MAY
9
2005

Linux Magazine Covers BasKet, Apollon, Fonts and KoolDock

Linux Magazine has made available a number of KDE related articles for download. Alphabet Soup covers installing fonts in KDE. Olympian Exchange explores the file sharing application Apollon.

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