MAY
7
2001

People Behind KDE: Werner Trobin

Werner Trobin is a member of the hard working KOffice team. He is the first non-fantastic entity to answer the new series of questions in Tink's weekly interview at the KDE People page. This is a very refreshing and colourful interview. Go there, read it and enjoy Werner's enthusiasm at being a part of KDE.

MAY
7
2001

Fer de Lance - Truly Intelligent Multimedia Browsing

Wolfgang Müller is the maintainer of GIFT, GNU's very interesting Content Based Image Retrieval System (CBIRS). A CBIRS is a system to search for images based on their content. Wolfgang wrote to the dot recently inviting us to make public his latest efforts to integrate CBIR and related technologies in KDE.

MAY
4
2001

Poll: What KDE Feature Do You Most Want?

Polls are an oft-requested feature of the dot. KDE.com has risen to the challenge with its latest user poll: "What Should Be the Highest Priority of KDE Developers Leading Up to KDE 2.2?".

MAY
3
2001

New Debugging Utility in kdesdk

Debugging code is always a pain in the neck, but there's a tiny new utility in
kdesdk which might make things a little less stressful. The utility, KSpy, gathers information about the state of a running KDE application and
displays it graphically. Read more below.

MAY
2
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #8

In this week's KC KDE, Aaron J. Seigo covers everything from KOrganizer's architecture improvements, improved message filtering in KMail, the new KDE configuration file upgrading mechanism, to the exciting new KDE font installer.

MAY
1
2001

Tutorial: Extending the KDE Panel

Matthias Elter has written a tutorial (print version; example source tarballs) on developing panel applets for Kicker, the KDE 2 panel. Kicker is a complete rewrite from the KDE 1 panel; this was done mainly to increase the panel's extensibility.

MAY
1
2001

Mythical Creatures Behind KDE: Konqi

Just over two years ago (end of April 1999), Konqi the dragon decided to join the brave crew of the KDE ship in an endeavor to conquer your desktop. His help in promotional activities (as well as his intimidating flaming breath) has been invaluable to KDE's success.

MAY
1
2001

SECURITY: New KDE Libraries Released

As we announced last week, the KDE Project has released kdelibs-2.1.2 to address a security issue and fix some bugs. Besides fixing the KDEsu security exploit, particularly joyful to many of you who use Konqueror will be the fix of the "protocol for http://x.y.z died unexpectedly" bug. "Read more" for the full text of the announcement, including a list of changes.

 

DATELINE APRIL 30, 2001

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

APR
27
2001

Mosfet.Org: New MegaGradient Widget Style

Mosfet took the pre- and circa- KDE2 world by storm not so long ago. His fingerprints are all over many of the styles, themes, window decorations as well as much of the KDE2 we are familiar with today. He churned out thousands of lines of code accompanied by slick screenshot after slick screenshot.

APR
25
2001

Release of kdelibs 2.1.2 Planned Next Week

The KDE Project is planning to release kdelibs-2.1.2 early next week. The unscheduled release was prompted by the release today of KOffice 1.1beta1, which has problems with the kdelibs from KDE 2.1.1, as well as a security fix for kdesu, resulting from a security bug reported this week. However, the release will include a number of other bugfixes as well. Stay tuned.

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