JUL
11
2001

KDE Developer FAQ Available

With the help of David Faure, I have just made available a KDE Developer FAQ on developer.kde.org. Here is your chance to see answered that annoying little question about development which you never dared ask.

JUL
6
2001

Papers Wanted: XFree86 Technical Conference

The XFree86 Project has announced the XFree86 Technical Conference. The conference will take place on November 8th, 2001, in Oakland, California, in a concurrent run with the 5th Annual Linux Showcase & Conference. The last call for papers was put out on July 5th. You have up to July 13th to submit an abstract.

JUL
4
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #16

This week in KC KDE, Aaron and Rob bring us news about SOAP and DCOP, KMonop vs Capitalist, a new Cervisia KPart (2), print services integrati

JUL
3
2001

KDE Source Code Now Under LXR

The KDE source code is now available under the LXR system, courtesy of our friends at nadmm.com.
Users and developers may now browse the KDE source code complete with cross-references, which should prove extremely useful. For those of you wondering about the difference between lxr.kde.org and webcvs.kde.org, read on for an explanation from Kurt.

JUN
29
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #15

Here's Rob Kaper's and Aaron Seigo's priceless KC KDE #15. Select your choice of mailing-list sublimate: style code maintainance rockades, PIM roadmaps, multithreading, GCC3 issues, and much more.

JUN
21
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #14

Brought to you by Aaron and Rob, this week's edition of KC KDE covers everything from the elusive KDE League to Kamera, music applications (Brahms, noteedit, Rosegarden), and details on a new keybindings scheme that exploits the Windows keys.

JUN
14
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #13 Released

Kernel Cousin KDE #13 has just been published. In this week's issue: Avery label templates for KWord, improvements to Kicker, and a new personalizer wizard to make configuring KDE easier. You can read the full article here.

JUN
9
2001

Gideon Development Update

Two months ago, we announced the birth of Gideon, codename for the next generation version of KDevelop that was most notable for its modularity and extensibility. Since then, Gideon has made enormous strides -- not the least of which includes Java, Perl, Python, PHP and Fortran support, full Python scripting, and an editor framework that will allow one to plug in a favourite editor.

JUN
8
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #12

KC KDE #12 is out, with a slight delay due to a family emergency in the life of the Kernel Cousins coordinator. This week, read about the collaboration between the Abiword, wvWare and KWord developers, some very interesting developments and ideas regarding a sidebar in Konqueror, KPovModeler, and much more. As usual, credits go to Aaron J. Seigo, Rob Kaper, and Zack Brown. Get your fix here.

MAY
30
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #11

This week's issue is momentous as it marks the growth of the editing team from one lonesome soul to a whopping two people! Rob Kaper joins the KC KDE effort this week with a summary of the kde-games list. He will also be following the konq-e list which tracks development of Konqueror for the frame buffer (non-X) and the kde-promo list. This brings the total number of lists summarized each week up to an even dozen.

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