AUG
16
2002

Freehackers.org Interviews KDevelop Team

In a recent interview conducted by freehackers.org, the hard working people behind the KDevelop IDE talk about the history of the project and their contributions. Light is also shed on the somewhat confusing set of branches that exist for KDevelop and the exciting features of the upcoming Gideon (a.k.a. KDevelop 3). The second part of this interview is due next week.

AUG
1
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE #42 Is Out

Kernel Cousin KDE #42 has hit the virtual shelves.

JUL
24
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE #41 Is Out

Kernel Cousin KDE #41 has been published. This edition includes Konq/E updates, KOrganizer compatiblity with Exchange 2000, tabbed browsing updates for Konqueror, KDE 3.2 candidates such as fractions with KBruch and KSVG. Enjoy!

JUL
11
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE #40 Is Out

Kernel Cousin KDE Issue 40 is out, covering a myriad of news from the KDE mailinglists. This new issue covers KOffice Clipart, new artwork for Atlantik, printing issues, new OpenGL screensavers and the upcoming website on debunking KDE Myths. Enjoy!

JUN
21
2002

KC KDE #39 is Out

The latest issue of Kernel Cousin KDE is out.

JUN
21
2002

IBM developerWorks: Creating KParts components, Part 2

Take these two tutorials, if you want to learn how to use KParts components in KDE. The first in the series, Creating KParts components Part 1, covers read-only, read-write parts and network transparency.

JUN
6
2002

KC KDE #38 is Out

This week in KC KDE, you can read all about the Klingon invasion, CVS Kung-Fu and various Mime Type news. If you're lucky you can enjoy the French, German, and Spanish translations as well.

MAY
29
2002

KC KDE Issue 37 is Out

Kernel Cousin KDE returns from its brief hiatus with two new rewly editors in charge, Juergen Appel and Zack Rusin, and a new team of contributors working directly on the kckde module in CVS.

MAY
24
2002

IBM developerWorks: Creating KParts Components

Following the first introduction to KParts on IBM developerWorks, David Faure now goes on to show developers how to create KParts components (free registration) in the first part of this tutorial series.

APR
25
2002

KDE Stats: KDE Is Brought To You Today By...

Have you ever wondered who contributes what to KDE? The berliOS project attempts to answer this question with KDE CVS statistics, a site tallying every developer's contributions (translators are currently not included). With regular updates planned, you can find the latest summary here and also statistics for every CVS module.

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