Linux Magazine: KWifiManagerSubmitted by binner on Mon, 2005/02/21 - 2:39am
The March 2005 Issue of Linux Magazine has a story written by our own Chris Howells about KWifiManager (PDF format). It introduces KWifiManager, tells you how to find and connect to wireless networks and how to use it for monitoring your wireless connection.
Application of the Month: KBearSubmitted by ateam on Mon, 2005/02/14 - 3:53am
This month in our series "Application of the Month" we show you the alternative FTP client, KBear. As usual we have an interview with the author and a description of this powerful but easy to use program.
Connecting to the Internet with KPPPSubmitted by mgagné on Sun, 2005/02/13 - 8:49am
Most ISPs provide dial-up access through the Point-to-Point Protocol, or PPP. The KDE program that gets you connected to the Internet with a modem is called KPPP. On a standard KDE setup, you'll find it under Kicker's big K by choosing the Internet menu, then clicking Internet Dialer. For those interested, an overview of KPPP including screenshots is available.
OSDir.com: Bitten By the aKregatorSubmitted by jriddell on Tue, 2005/01/18 - 12:21pm
In "Bitten By the aKregator" George Staikos reviews KDE's new RSS feed reader aKregator: "The power of KDE strikes again! aKregator is little more than a repackaging of KHTML and KDE's RSS parser in a more convenient form for reading news, and that's what makes it so nice."
Application of the Month: AkregatorSubmitted by ateam on Tue, 2005/01/11 - 9:17pm
This month we present the fabulous Akregator in our series "Application of the Month". As usual we have an interview with the author and a description of this nifty application which allows you to browse through thousands of internet feeds without the hassle of using a web browser. If you want to help us creating this monthly series or you want to translate it to your own language please join the mailing list.
Electrical Engineering Comes to KDE with KTechLabSubmitted by jriddell on Mon, 2005/01/10 - 4:05pm
The first version of KTechLab was released a couple of weeks before the new year. While only at version 0.1 it already contains a lot of functionality for developing and simulating electronic circuits. Currently KTechLab can create circuit diagrams for electronics and flow diagrams for PIC chips (a family of programmable chips). It can even compile and run your flow diagrams in a circuit.
Application of the Month: KPilotSubmitted by ateam on Sun, 2004/12/19 - 3:58am
A new issue of the series "Application of the Month" has been released. It covers an application from the KDE PIM suite called KPilot. Besides the application review we interviewed its current maintainer Adriaan de Groot. KPilot is a replacement for the Palm Desktop software from Palm Inc, which makes your Palm/Palm Pilot/Visor handheld capable of exchanging information with your KDE powered computer.
LWN.net: The Grumpy Editor's Guide to PDF ViewersSubmitted by wbastian on Sun, 2004/12/12 - 10:56pm
As part of its Grumpy Editor series, LWN.net looks at PDF viewers including the KDE applications KGhostview and KPDF. The author was impressed by KGhostview and sees a bright future for KPDF.
"In general, the interface provided by KGhostview is as nice as any PDF viewer your editor has been able to find. It is clearly a tool which has received some serious thought - and use - by its developers."
Konversation 0.15 ReleasedSubmitted by kteam on Wed, 2004/12/01 - 9:57pm
After months of heavy development we are pleased to announce the release of Konversation 0.15! Konversation is a simple and easy to use IRC client. New features include a brand-new Kontact integration, better KDE HIG compliance, DCC rewritten with KIO, support for SSL IRC servers and much more!