APR
9
2007

Ars Technica: A First Look At Dolphin

Ryan Paul over at Ars Technica has a short article talking about Dolphin and KDE 4. "The Linux-based Dolphin file manager is now scheduled for official inclusion in KDE 4, the next major release of the KDE desktop environment. Dolphin includes several unique usability enhancements that aren't available in Konqueror, KDE's current file manager..."

MAR
31
2007

LWN.net: KDE 4 Gets More Hot New Stuff

This week's LWN looks at Get New Hot Stuff in KDE 4. Improvements currently being made by lead developer
Josef Spillner include new options for uninstalling content, content synchronisation, the ability to rate content directly from the application interface, a dramatically faster interface and more. Get Hot New Stuff is now a specification on freedesktop.org and used throughout KDE in apps like Amarok and KOrganizer.

FEB
27
2007

Linux.com: New KDE 4 Preview Shows Progress

Linux.com is reporting that the New KDE 4 preview shows progress. The article has comments from developers Will Stephenson and Aaron Seigo about the new additions to the pre-release and the improved release process which should see more frequent updates. It also discusses what will happen to the KDE 3 branch and even asks when KDE 4 will be released.

DEC
16
2006

Computerworld: KDE 4, the Ultimate Business Desktop

Australian computer news site Computerworld asks if KDE 4 will be the ultimate business desktop. Speaking to developer Hamish Rodda they look at the changes being made to the KDE libraries including the Akonadi storage manager for PIM data. He also explains why KDE 4 will be important for ISVs to support.

MAY
28
2006

Nokia Releases KHTML Based Code to S60 Browser

Nokia has announced the release of the code to the web browser for their S60 phones. The browser is based on WebKit and KHTML. At Akademy last year the developers told us how they plan to be active Open Source contributors. It will be used on ESeries, NSeries devices and 3250 phones soon.

MAR
27
2006

Marcel's Linux App of the Month: KDissert

Unix Review takes a look at KDissert. "Somewhere in my head, there's a jumble of fleeting thoughts, ideas, and concepts, running every which way with no map for me to follow other than some casual mental digging here and there. If you find yourself in the same kind of cerebral jungle, what you and I really need is a mind map. Thomas Nagy's KDissert is an application referred to as a mind mapping tool.

MAR
10
2006

Tectonic: An Outlook on KDE 4

South African Free Software magazine Tectonic published a preview of KDE 4.

DEC
15
2005

Linux Magazine: Busy Kat

For all the users wanting to better know how the Kat desktop search program works, Roberto Cappuccio explains the inner workings of Kat, the difficulties encountered during development and the future of this long awaited (and still under heavy development) piece of software in the article Busy Kat on Linux Magazine.

DEC
2
2005

TUX Magazine: Interview with Daniel Molkentin, Klik Explained

In its current issue, TUX Magazine interviews KDE core developer Daniel Molkentin. Daniel talks about the features in the just-released KDE 3.5 and explains the current plans and ongoing efforts for the next major KDE release, KDE 4.0.

AUG
9
2005

DistroWatch Weekly: Tips and Tricks with Konqueror and Kate

The current DistroWatch Weekly is guest-edited by Adam Doxtater, of Mad Penguin. His Tips and tricks section takes a look at Konqueror and Kate and lets us know that "Konqueror and Kate make an excellent remote admin team... and a killer casserole". He covers Konqueror's split view and the power of kioslaves to edit directly from a remote server.

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