Krusader (screenshot) is a twin-panel file manager for KDE, patterned after old-school managers like Midnight Commander and Norton Commander. It features basically all your file-management needs, plus extensive archive handling, mounted filesystems support, ftp and much much more. So far, the project has been developed by two developers, whose time is now not enough to continue the rapid pace of development.
After more than 5 months of development, the KBarcode team has released version 1.2.0 of KBarcode. This latest stable release brings professional high-quality label printing to the KDE desktop. In fact, KBarcode is already used by a few companies under production conditions and has proven to be reliable and stable -- considering the high costs for similar commercial applications, KBarcode might save you some money!
The Kopete Project celebrated its
first anniversary yesterday by
the release of Kopete 0.6. Kopete is KDE's all-purpose, modular and
extensible chat client, which currently supports the MSN Messenger, ICQ,
AIM OSCAR, Jabber and IRC protocols. A sampling of the great new features
includes sophisticated (HTML) text rendering, signing / encrypting chats
The Quanta team is pleased to announce the availability of Quanta 3. Quanta
has been transforming from a basic HTML editor to an extremely competent
and flexible tagging and scripting editor. Quanta 3 supports XHTML, XML dialects,
XSLT and more. Since adding these DTDs takes only XML skills, the upcoming
version 3.1 will feature even more languages. We will be making a language/dialect
installer too. Inside 3.0 you'll find drag and drop templates,
After two release candidates and 5 months after KVim 6.0, the KVim team is pleased to announce the release of the best version of KVim ever. It provides many new features and improvements: a new GUI for Qtopia systems, a new KDE toolbar, full DCOP support, much improved support for internationalisation and encodings, and improved portability.