MAY
26
2004

KDE 3.3 Release Cycle Starts with KDE 3.3 Alpha 1 "Kindergarten"

That's one small step for KDE, one giant leap for Free Software - the KDE 3.3 Alpha 1 has been released to the FTP servers this morning. There won't be any binary packages for this release, everyone using Kindergarten is asked to compile it with --enable-debug, so that we can get valuable feedback.

MAY
17
2004

KDE Security Advisory: URI Handler Vulnerabilities

iDEFENSE

identified a vulnerability

in the Opera Web Browser
that could allow remote attackers to create or truncate
arbitrary files. The KDE team has found that similar
vulnerabilities exists in KDE.

The telnet, rlogin, ssh and mailto URI handlers in KDE do not
check for '-' at the beginning of the hostname passed, which
makes it possible to pass an option to the programs started
by the handlers.

MAY
8
2004

KDE Community World Summit: Call for Papers

The organizing team for the KDE Community
World Summit
is asking for submissions of talks
and presentations
to the big KDE event in August. Deadline is 30th of May.

MAY
3
2004

KDE Community World Summit: Registration Now Opened!

KDE announces the immediate opening of registration
for the KDE Community World Summit event. Taking place for 9 days (from 21st to 29th of August in Ludwigsburg, Germany) the organizing team is scheduling 5 different event modules.

APR
19
2004

KDE 3.2.2 is Released

The KDE project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.2.2, a maintenance release for the latest generation of the most advanced and powerful free desktop for GNU/Linux and other UNIXes. KDE 3.2.2 ships with lot of bug fixes since KDE 3.2.1 and is available in 49 languages.

APR
7
2004

KDE Community World Summit 2004 "aKademy"

The KDE Project is proud to announce its plans for the "KDE Community World Summit 2004", code-named "aKademy". The first edition of this new international event will be held in Ludwigsburg, Germany, near Stuttgart. Taking place from August 21st to 29th 2004, the Summit will include an exciting program of talks, presentations, tutorials and joint development, bug-fixing, design and polishing work on the leading Linux and Unix desktop environment.

APR
1
2004

Kimono Project Nets KDE [April Fools' Day]

Following the success of
the KDE 3.2 release, the KDE project is pleased to announce a new ambitious project dubbed 'Kimono'. The aim

MAR
10
2004

KDE 3.2.1 is Released

The KDE project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.2.1, a maintenance release for the latest generation of the most advanced and powerful free desktop for GNU/Linux and other UNIXes. KDE 3.2.1 ships with lot of bug fixes since KDE 3.2 and is available in 49 languages (now including Bengali, Icelandic, Japanese, Lithuanian, Low Saxon, Latin Serbian and Tajik).

FEB
3
2004

KDE 3.2 Released

Today the KDE Project released KDE 3.2. It is the result of a combined year-long effort by hundreds of individuals and corporations from around the globe. For packages, please visit the KDE 3.2 info page. At the moment binary packages for Conectiva Linux, Slackware (9.0, 9.1) and SUSE Linux (8.2, 9.0) are listed.

JAN
19
2004

KDE 3.2 Reaches Final Stage: Announcing Release Candidate 1

After over a year of development we're ready to announce the release of the first (and hopefully last) release candidate for KDE 3.2.0. Get it from download.kde.org or use Konstruct if you don't feel like calling configure by yourself. Due to the time constraints, don't expect distribution binaries, but they may pop up at download.kde.org URL too.

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