The Scribus Team is pleased to announce the release of Scribus 1.3.3, codenamed "Printemps". The 1.3.3 release is the fourth development version working towards a new stable 1.4. Within this release period over 200 bugs and feature requests were completed mostly focused on useability and correctness. See the release announcement for some of the major changes.
A Kalzium double bill today, with Kalzium gaining recognition in OsnaBrück University's annual prize giving, and this week's People Behind KDE interview. Find out everything you wanted to know about chemistry, the small print on toothpaste, and why not to visit Bavaria in the People Behind KDE interview with Carsten Niehaus, author of Kalzium. Read on for details of the prize.
The Scribus Team is pleased to announce the release of Scribus 1.3.2, Egalité, the third development version working towards a new stable 1.4. With this release we are excited to announce the first beta of Scribus on the Windows platform. With the gracious support of Trolltech AS, developer of the Qt C++ application framework, we are able to release Scribus on Windows with Qt 3.
KDissert is KDE's mindmapping tool. App of the Month interviews KDissert's author Thomas Nagy about why he started it, the relationship to BKSys and his plans for the future. There is also an overview to help you get started using this exciting application and for the first time we have a Flash Demonstration of KDissert in action.
The Scribus Team is pleased to announce the release of Scribus 1.3.1, Unité. The 1.3.1 release is the second development version towards a new stable 1.4. This release brings new features never before available in any open source application including enhanced spot colour printing, intelligent colour wheel, in-line graphics, variable page sizes and ICC colour support.
For those of you who do not understand how to use KimDaBa, there is now no reason not to use it. KimDaBa is the first KDE application to offer small flash videos with voice-overs describing how to use it. See the tutorials at KimDaBa's video page or read on below for Jesper's description of how and why to make video tutorials of applications.
The KDEWebDev site is being formally launched. It's been some time since people started making cracks about the old site, and now after all this work we don't expect to have reached everyone's ideals. This site however is on it's way to being exemplary, and we finally feel it's good enough to announce. We are not done with it either. We also have a news item about what we're working on at aKademy.