FEB
28
2001

Java Mania: An Interview With Richard Dale

One of the most fascinating aspects of KDE is the speed with which new developments
occur after each release. KDE 2.1 came out yesterday, and was celebrated in
the traditional manner by adding lots of new features to the KDE development tree
in CVS. For me, one of the most exciting things to arrive was a very large commit
to the kdebindings

FEB
27
2001

The People Behind KDE: Harri Porten

Harri Porten has been very busy during the last few months with JavaScript in KDE. Despite all the hard work to get things ready for KDE 2.1
he found some time to do this interview with Tink on The People Behind KDE. [As previously featured on the mother site during our unscheduled network downtime.]

FEB
20
2001

People of KDE: Carsten Pfeiffer

If you're using klipper, the enhanced KDE clipboard manager, or if you have noticed Konqueror's excellent history support, then you already know a bit of who Carsten Pfeiffer is and what he does for KDE. He answers the questions this week in Tink's popular interviews series with the People of KDE. Enjoy!

FEB
12
2001

People behind KDE: Jono Bacon

Welcome to your weekly tour of the KDE people gallery. This time, Jono Bacon answers Tink's questions. A student, a writer, a guitar player and a KDE developer, Jono acknowledges to have come to KDE by necessity and to have stayed by love. Visit Tink's talk lounge for other great interviews.

FEB
5
2001

People of KDE: Rinse de Vries

Rinse de Vries is a Dutch cook. He's also the leader of the team which translates the KDE interface to Dutch. He's this week's guest of Tink in the People behind KDE series of interviews. You might have noticed the last time that Tink focused on KDE buddies working on translations. And for a good reason.

FEB
1
2001

People of KDE: Jing-Jong Shyue

It is time again for a friendly meeting at the virtual interview table that Tink entertains on the People Behind KDE site. This week's guest is Jing-Jong Shyue, member of KDE's Traditional Chinese translation team. His (and his team's) work in KDE is particularly valuable given the unwitting bias of Western/European cultures sometimes present in software projects such as ours.

JAN
23
2001

People of KDE: Wolfram Diestel

Sometimes wise men say that the quest for speed and comfort drives the humankind away from its cultural vocation. The time might have come, thanks to the free software credo, to reconcile our quest for technology and our thurst of culture. Wolfram Diestel is one of the people that work towards this goal. Wolfram is Tink's guest this week, and he presents his work on esperanto translations of KDE.

JAN
16
2001

People of KDE: Gregory Mokhin

Many agree that one of the greatest strengths of KDE is the professional quality of the user interface translations and localization. In this week's People Behind KDE, Tink presents to us Gregory Mokhin, member of the Russian KDE translation team. With charm and a subtle sense of humor, Grisha speaks about his work and life.

JAN
3
2001

People of KDE: Tink

To start this new year in a joyous mood, I kindly asked Tink to grant the first interview of the year for our popular People behind KDE section, and she graciously accepted. At this time of celebration we would like to thank and pay tribute to those that, with their patience, support and understanding shown toward their dear ones, KDE contributors, make the KDE project an enjoyable activity and even a family :-). And thank you Tink for all the great work.

DEC
25
2000

People of KDE: Stefan Taferner

In the last edition for the Year 2000 of the People Behind KDE series, Tink introduces us to Stefan Taferner, co-author of KMail and a main contributor to central technologies in the KDE project. The new, festive appearance of Tink's site greets us with the photo of a happy Konqi.

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