APR
27
2002

KC KDE Needs A New Editor

After 36 issues and over 300 mailing list thread summaries, I have decided to take a semi-permanent break as editor of the Kernel Cousin KDE project. KC KDE was taking up quite a bit of my available time outside of work and family and, as enjoyable as it was to put KC KDE together, I have had to reprioritize things a bit. It would be a shame to see KC KDE simply go away forever, though.

APR
8
2002

Supporting KDE: So Many Options

KDE reached a milestone last week with the
release of
KDE 3.0
, but that doesn't mean that KDE development is finished.
Indeed, many things still need improvement and many exciting features
have yet to be added to KDE. Fortunately, there are
a number of different ways in which you can help make KDE
better!

Help with Money

MAR
23
2002

The KDE Cafe Opens Doors

Lo and behold Tink's latest community undertaking, the KDE Cafe mailing-list. In her own words: "KDE-Cafe is the virtual chill-out zone of KDE, a cross between Slashdot and IRC, a cross between the local pub and the opinions page of your newspaper. Specially designed for KDE addicts like you." So there. More details ahead.

MAR
7
2002

KDE Presence at CeBIT 2002

The KDE Project is proud to announce its
presence at CeBIT, the world's largest computer trade show, taking place in Hannover from March 13 to March 20, 2002. (Note the correct booth location of the KMail/Aegypten presentation is Pavillion P11/D 10-12.)

"For the first time, KDE will be present at no less than 2 to 4 partner-booths at CeBIT, each with a different emphasis on the great new features of KDE in its latest 3.0 incarnation," according to Torsten Rahn, member of the KDE development team.

FEB
27
2002

KDE Presence at FOSDEM

For those of you waiting for KDE news from FOSDEM, Rob Kaper wrote in with a photo impression of the event.

FEB
2
2002

Impressions on the Paris Linux Expo

I have written a report of my experiences at the KDE booth of the Paris Linux Expo 2002. "Then I saw this magic thing: A live coding session by a truly talented KDE core developer: David took his laptop and started coding under my eyes. In five minutes, it was done: the "URL" label on Konqueror would accept a pasted URL and simply open it. Really great!

JAN
9
2002

KDE Mailing Lists Gated To NNTP/IMAP, New KDE::Enterprise Forum

Thanks to the efforts of Christopher Molnar, KDE mailing lists are now accessible read-only through NNTP at news.uslinuxtraining.com (news, web). In other words, KDE Mailing Lists are now neatly accessible through your favourite newsreader (KNode, tin).

DEC
17
2001

People of KDE: Arash Zeini

Arash Zeini is from Iran and takes part in translating KDE into Farsi. In his dialog with Tink for this Sunday's column of People behind KDE, Arash demonstrates that KDE helps lower borders, and facilitates friendships and collaboration instead. Here is a tribute to the diligent and efficacious work of the KDE translators.

DEC
7
2001

Meet KDE Developers At FOSDEM

KDE developers are cordially invited to the Free and Open Source Software Development Meeting (FOSDEM) which is taking place in Brussels on February 16-17, 2002. A dedicated KDE room will be made available for development talks as well as presentations.

DEC
3
2001

People of KDE: Rob Kaper

For this week's edition of "People of KDE", Tink interviews Rob Kaper, author of Atlantik, all-round KDE evangelist and one of the few KDE developers marked "up for adoption" (and he kindly includes his dishes in the for-adoption kit :-). Say hi to Rob.

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