KDE Commit-Digest for 16th October 2011

In this week's KDE Commit-Digest:

  • Progress in C++2011 support in KDevelop
  • Table selection tool in Okular
  • Work on PPTX, Webbrowser Widget, PDF conversion, and optimizations in Calligra
  • Scrooge can download values of units with regular expressions
  • GPodder.net podcast status synchronzation in Amarok.

Read the rest of the Digest here.

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by Anonymous (not verified)

Thank you very much for that! Now I can finally enjoy a good game :)

by Anonymous (not verified)

Im one of those that left KDE (in fact switched to osX) as a result of the KDE4 crap release.
I've started to use Linux again - this time only using Gnome but not to satisfied.
Is there any place where future reoadmap for KDE can be followed?
Im using latest Ubuntu and tryed to install the latest KDE but its at least as frutrating to use as when i left and i havent found any forks.

by Anonymous (not verified)

Try Kubuntu.

In my opinion, KDE 4.7.x is simply wonderful.

by Anonymous (not verified)

Other operating systems have more appeal for people who insult their hosts, who don't know how to spell, and who are generally toward the clueless end of the spectrum. KDE 4.7 as frustrating to use as KDE 4.0? This is delusional.

You tried to install (apparently unsuccessfully) and then found it frustrating to use? Could you point to any of your posts on ubuntuforums so that your complaints have a little meat on them? Trying to use KDE without it being installed would be frustrating...like trying to change a flat tire and then trying to drive while the kiddy car is still up on the jack.

A fork of KDE? mwahahahaha. Maybe you and the other smartest people in the world should take the readily available source code and do a KDE fork.

KDE is not really looking for any more trolls, but thanks for the offer.

by Anonymous (not verified)

Woot! This is fancy stuff, and very useful.