For those of you who do not understand how to use KimDaBa, there is now no reason not to use it. KimDaBa is the first KDE application to offer small flash videos with voice-overs describing how to use it. See the tutorials at KimDaBa's video page or read on below for Jesper's description of how and why to make video tutorials of applications.
GNUman.com has published a review of KMyMoney, the personal finance manager for KDE. The author is impressed: "KMyMoney is a great program, I’ve tried GnuCash previously and had a heck of a time learning it, but not with KMyMoney."
The KDEWebDev site is being formally launched. It's been some time since people started making cracks about the old site, and now after all this work we don't expect to have reached everyone's ideals. This site however is on it's way to being exemplary, and we finally feel it's good enough to announce. We are not done with it either. We also have a news item about what we're working on at aKademy.
The KMyMoney development team is proud to announce the availability of the newest stable release of KMyMoney, version 0.8. A lot of progress has been made since version 0.6 was released. Existing features have been improved and many new features have been added. The following article gives you a short overview of them.
After five weeks intensive work in Romania Quanta's main developer Andras Mantia together with Jens Herden finished the first major step of Quanta's port to the KDevelop framework. Being able to get this result in a relative short time was only possible because of the excellent framework provided by the KDevelop project and the support of KDE e.V..
The Scribus Team is pleased to announce a technology preview of the next generation of Scribus Open Source Desktop Publishing. The aim for this release is to bring improvements and enhancements for both professionals and beginner users alike. 1.3.0 "La Liberté" improves Scribus' abilities in areas like performance, accessibility and workflow.