This week's CVS-Digest: Find out who is paid to hack KDE. A new application, KLogo-Turtle, for teaching children. KPrinter adds access to online printer database. Kontact adds a to-do list plugin. A redesigned font installer. The beginning of KWallet. And many more features and bugfixes.
This week's digest features: Kig Python scripting support, KPilot Palm generic db viewer, an action menu in Konqueror to print
files, DVD burning in K3b, RDP support completed in krdc (KDE Remote Desktop Connection) and an httpmail
This week in KDE-CVS-Digest: News about a new patch collection in qt-copy module, the Darwin port of KDE and Quanta. Optimizations in KSVG, listview and iconview modes.
And the usual bugfixes and improvements throughout. Read it here.
In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest: Multimedia gets some attention, with fixes to aRts and artsbuilder. KGhostview now has a
full screen mode. Work starts on a BIDI mode for Kate. Cervisia, the GUI frontend for CVS, now has an SSH password
KDE Traffic #56 has been released. This week we have some news about LinuxTag, a fun and interesting little contest that I hope a certain developer has a sense of humor about, some news about KOffice (thanks Jürgen!) and more. You can find it at the usual place.
This week in KDE-CVS-Digest: CD burning application K3b begins to gain DVD writing functionality, continued fixes and improvements
to KWin, more on the binary compatibility debate, bug fixes, and more. Enjoy.