JAN
9
2004

GTK-Qt Theme Engine Does Cross-Desktop Styling

The GTK-Qt theme engine is a nifty hack for GTK+ applications that uses the currently selected KDE/Qt style to do its drawing in a very similar fashion to the recently announced KDE Native Widget Framework for OpenOffice.org. Basically, what this means is that it will make your GTK apps look just like KDE/Qt ones and hence integrate better into your desktop (screenshot).

DEC
24
2003

Interview: Konqi meets Lindows CEO Michael Robertson

You might know Lindows as the company behind an aggressively marketed OS based on Linux and KDE. Indeed, LindowsOS is shipped on certain Wal-Mart PC offerings and the company has won huge contracts for LindowsOS machine deployments. You might also know Lindows as a sponsor of the ever popular KDE-Look.org community site.

DEC
23
2003

Interview: Rekall Revealed

Some time ago there was an announcement on the Dot about the GPL'ing of Rekall. So the Dot editors decided to contact the two parties who are involved on this matter: Mike Richardson and Shawn Gordon. We compiled a nice interview for your reading pleasure.

DEC
18
2003

Interview with Sodipodi Developer Lauris Kaplinski

The latest version of the famous Vector Drawing program Sodipodi features KDE integration. It can
be configured to use the

DEC
16
2003

Interview: Author of Ambitous Flash4Linux Project

When I first came across the Flash for Linux website my curiosity was piqued. I contacted the author Özkan Pakdil and it resulted in the following small interview. As you will note, the project is seeking developer assistance. So if you are looking for a project to work on, this might be the one.

Özkan Pakdil on Flash for Linux

Please introduce yourself.

DEC
11
2003

KDE::Enterprise: MandrakeSoft Interview

It is only a few days after the
KDE::Enterprise website has been
freshened up and already the content is flooding in! In this

NOV
9
2003

usalug.org: Interview with George Staikos

The USA Linux Users Group features an interview with George Staikos, restless KDE core developer and promoter. They are interested in what to expect in the upcoming release 3.2 of "the industry's leading Window Manager". Further topics include the default look and settings of KDE, what makes KDE successful, how it appeals to new users and of course the all time favorite question as to whether Linux and KDE are ready for end-users.

OCT
3
2003

Interview with Jeroen Wijnhout of Kile

Jeroen Wijnhout, the current maintainer of the TeX/LaTeX editor and GnuPlot frontend Kile was interviewed for kde.de's monthly series "Application of the Month". The interview was conducted in English by Andreas C. Diekmann who kindly provided us with this English transcript. Read on for Jeroen's personal background, how he got involved and the upcoming features of Kile 1.6.

OCT
1
2003

Interview with Jason Harris of KStars

This month we interview Jason Harris, the original author and current maintainer of KStars. Jason Harris is a postdoctoral Astronomer at the Space Telescope Science Institute. He talks about KStars' history, what's coming in KDE 3.2, and the future. Read on to find out more!

Interview with Jason Harris of KStars
Interviewed by Jasem Mutlaq

1. When and where were you born?

JUL
2
2003

Andrew Stanley-Jones on KSirc

In the following interview, Andrew Stanley-Jones, original author of KSirc, gives us some of the insights behind the design of KSirc -- the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client for KDE. Read on for such gems as "No company I've ever worked for has offered to pay me to write a client that allows you to waste time chatting online" and "I argue [that chatting on IRC] keeps me awake during a chick flick".

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