DEC
12
2001

Free Software Magazine Launches

Hong Feng, apparently a
former chief editor with O'Reilly & Associates in Beijing,
is preparing the first issue of the
Free Software
Magazine
, a periodical intended to be by and for free software hackers. He is looking for some contributors
to the inaugural issue (slated for January 2002) who can write on
KDE development and/or
Qt/Embedded development (hmmm, an article about

DEC
6
2001

KC KDE #27

Aaron J. Seigo and
Juergen Appel have published the
27th issue of
KC KDE, and this is a good one.
Topics cover certain problems with using Qt-2.3.2, eliminating desktop icons,
preventing dialogs from stealing focus, the new
aRts Linux kernel module,

DEC
4
2001

KDevelop Gains Cross-Platform Compilation Support

KDevelop's programmer
extraordinaire Ralf Nolden
has added cross-compilation support to KDevelop. As his initial motivation
was to support development for the
Zaurus
(as we reported earlier this month, Trolltech and

NOV
27
2001

KC KDE #26 Is Out

This week, Aaron J. Seigo, Juergen Appel and Rob Kaper present the jam-packed Kernel Cousin KDE #26.

NOV
26
2001

KDE 2.0 Development: Updated, and now in German

David Sweet wrote in to tell us
that the updated, German version of the excellent (and free) KDE 2 development book,
KDE 2.0 Development, is now
available
online
at Andamooka. David extends his
thanks to Petra Alm and Dirk Louis (translation), Karl Heinz Zimmer and

NOV
14
2001

KC KDE #25 is out

The latest KC KDE, number 25, is out. Aaron J. Seigo sums up some exciting news about KMail integration with the German-government-funded Aegypten security project, a revamp of the KConfig network, a discussion about registering KDE mime types with the IANA, and a lot more regarding the dawning KDE 3 beta release. Get it while it's hot.

NOV
7
2001

KC KDE #24

Issue #24 of KC KDE is available. Summaries include coverage of KDE language bindings, Synchronous KIO, ALSA and aRts, KPilot, CSS Media support, the new DCOP tools and more.

NOV
2
2001

KC KDE #23 is Out

Aaron J. Seigo wrote in to point out that a new issue of the worthy Kernel Cousin KDE is out. This week, read updates on multimedia in KDE3, future plans for Noatun, the elusive PyKDE2, a brand new JavaScript engine, and more.

OCT
24
2001

C Mania: KDE 3 Offers C Bindings

Richard Dale
recently pleasantly surprised me (and probably others) by
announcing that he has committed C bindings for the KDE3/Qt3 libraries to
KDE's CVS.
Richard generated the C bindings automatically using a hacked
kdoc, with relatively little

OCT
23
2001

KC KDE Issue #22

After a two month hiatus, I am happy to report that
Aaron J. Seigo is back with
another issue of his fabulous Kernel
Cousin KDE
. This issue, which covers the week of October 8-14,
touches on wide-ranging topics such as KDE3, some new KIO Slaves, a new KDE

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