APR
9
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE Issue #5 is Out

Aaron J. Seigo has done it again. This week in KC KDE, you can read about KDE database connectivity, Kaboodle the light-weight embeddable media player, KPrinter progress, Kant's renaming to Kate, an updated KDE/Qt port of the featureful and fast programmer editor FTE (by KDE's very own COLA warrior), KMail improvements, and much more. This week's edition can be found here.

Comments

Kant should have been renamed Kan :-)

-- Jaldhar


By Jaldhar H. Vyas at Mon, 2001/04/09 - 5:00am

Ha, that's funny!

I think it sounds kind of funny to call a computer program Kate. What if it hangs and someone hears you say "Kill Kate" as you type the kill command?


By not me at Mon, 2001/04/09 - 5:00am

Nonsense!
I say" I love Kate" and everybody thinks thats kute.


By reihal at Mon, 2001/04/09 - 5:00am

Others might think its qt


By Anonymous Coward at Thu, 2003/03/20 - 6:00am

Hahaha! It's more funny to call it Kenny.
Them you type "kill kenny" and KDE shows a message:
Oh, my god, they kill Kenny! You bastards!!!


By Reader at Wed, 2001/04/11 - 5:00am

I don't get it. But I would go for "Kane" as in Citizen Kane. Or "Khan" as in Wrath of Khan. But Kate is pretty good already.


By ac at Mon, 2001/04/09 - 5:00am

I don't get it. But I would go for "Kane" as in Citizen Kane. Or "Khan" as in Wrath of Khan. But Kate is pretty good already.


By ac at Mon, 2001/04/09 - 5:00am

No, you can't name it khan. I have been khan in #kde since years ago, and I don't want to be confusing :-)


By Roberto Alsina at Tue, 2001/04/17 - 5:00am

Hey, I'm no warrion, I'm a peaceful guy!

If anything, I a m slightly ashamed about posting in COLA, as everyone knows it's just a watering hole for non-coding flamers.

At least now I'm a coding flamer again ;-)


By Roberto Alsina at Mon, 2001/04/09 - 5:00am