Aaron J. Seigo has started a KDE version of the Kernel Cousin series at Kernel Traffic. Given the number of Cousins already active, he asked, "Why not for KDE?". The result is one of the first projects to flow from the recently-announced kde-promo mailing list. Read the first edition of KC KDE for all of 11 topics covering the new KDE printing system, Caldera's work on Samba and kio_smb, AA, KWrite, KDE on HPUX and Solaris, and more. Our congratulations and thanks go to Aaron for this initiative that will greatly benefit the KDE community! For more details and to learn how to get involved, read below.
Aaron Seigo writes:
Kernel Traffic, headed by Zack Brown, has been publishing weekly summaries of the Linux kernel mailing list for over two years. The program has been expanded over time with "cousin" publications, covering weekly development summaries for Debian, Gimp, GNU Hurd, Samba and Wine. These volunteer efforts have helped promote and
The latest Kernel Cousin, KC KDE, published its inaugural issue today, covering the discussions and events in the KDE mailing lists between February 25 and March 6. A new issue will be published each week and