This week, in the latest KDE-CVS-Digest read about the many improvements in the development tools. In KDevelop,
work continues on code completion and new code templates. Quanta gets ktips and finishing polishes.
Is the 3.1 the ultimate in KDE? The end of development? Judging by the 2000 or so
commits this week, it wouldn't appear so. Some of the less trivial fixes from Apple are getting applied to Konqueror. The user interface continues to be refined. The KDE PIM project and all of its individual parts are a beehive of
This past week a new mailing list was created called kde-optimize (archive). The list is for developers who are willing to actively work on optimizing KDE or KDE applications, those who have profiled KDE or those who have the knowledge to help others optimize KDE. Two initial documents have already been created as part of this list.
The latest KDE-CVS-Digest is now available. This issue features news about Apple using khtml in Safari and the subsequent merging of Apple's contributions, support for RDP in the KDE Remote Desktop Client (krdc) and numerous bug fixes and new features. Enjoy!