NOV
7
2001

KC KDE #24

Issue #24 of KC KDE is available. Summaries include coverage of KDE language bindings, Synchronous KIO, ALSA and aRts, KPilot, CSS Media support, the new DCOP tools and more.

NOV
7
2001

Trolltech/Sharp Partner on Zaurus

Trolltech and
Sharp have
announced
a really spiffy-looking
Linux palmtop, named "Zaurus".
The device itself features
a sliding (retractable) keyboard, a color

NOV
6
2001

PC WORLD: XP vs Mac vs Linux

PC World New Zealand compares WinXP, MacOS X, and Linux/KDE2 and concludes that Linux/KDE2
offers the best usability, tieing XP in features/support. XP does win overall, but we should be proud that our little free operating system/environment built out of passion and dedication has come so far in so short a time.

NOV
6
2001

OSNews: Interview with Harri Porten

Harri Porten is one of the most active KDE developers (working, amongst other things, on the Javascript part in Konqueror) and is also a Trolltech employee. In this interview, Harri talks to OSNews covering topics such as Qt 3, licensing, KDE, and more. "Vector graphics support is already present in Qt 3.0. The QPicture class is able to read and write static SVG files.

NOV
2
2001

KC KDE #23 is Out

Aaron J. Seigo wrote in to point out that a new issue of the worthy Kernel Cousin KDE is out. This week, read updates on multimedia in KDE3, future plans for Noatun, the elusive PyKDE2, a brand new JavaScript engine, and more.

NOV
2
2001

KonCD in KDE, Mosfet News, Kinkatta 1.00, KDE++

In the latest news batch, Per Wigren
wrote in to inform us that the worthy
KonCD has been added to KDE CVS. I've
used this CD burner front-end successfully in the distant past, and it has
evidently progressed in leaps and bounds since then --

NOV
1
2001

SecureONE and KDE In The Business

I have just added our second interview with a business to KDE::Enterprise. This time the focus is on Internet security company SecureONE, who tell us just why they have chosen to use KDE on their Red Hat workstations. "Our understanding of KDE's backend technologies helps us appreciate the framework and end-user interface even more.

OCT
30
2001

KDE Speaks Xhosa Fluently, 10 More .za Translations To Follow

Translate.org.za (partly sponsored by Obsidian Systems) is spearheading an effort to translate KDE -- the complete desktop including Konqueror, KMail, KWord, KSpread -- into the eleven official languages of South Africa. As a first start, the Xhosa translation is already part of KDE 2.2.1.

OCT
26
2001

KDE @ LinuxWorldConference & Expo 2001

The KDE Project today revealed its plans
for the LinuxWorldConference and
Expo
, a European B2B summit for the Open Source community.
Last year, in the conference's debut, over 11,000 trade visitors and
100 exhibitors attended. The conference will take place from
October 30 - November 1, 2001, at the
Frankfurt
Fairgrounds
, Frankfurt, Germany.

OCT
24
2001

C Mania: KDE 3 Offers C Bindings

Richard Dale
recently pleasantly surprised me (and probably others) by
announcing that he has committed C bindings for the KDE3/Qt3 libraries to
KDE's CVS.
Richard generated the C bindings automatically using a hacked
kdoc, with relatively little

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