This Month in SVN for October 2005

The fourth edition and last of the KDE 3.5 series of This Month in SVN is now ready for consumption. This month looks at new artwork, Kopete webcam support, KMail improvements and KDE EDU as well as a glimpse at KOffice. Next issues will be looking at KDE4 development. Get it while it's hot!


And just to make sure that everybody knows that we are not slave drivers, but very nice and sweet people. Bah!

By Inge Wallin at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

The last picture of Karbon is not there or the link is wrong. Please fix.
Nice to see that stuff in the graphics domain is also happening with Karbon, not only Krita.

By Phase II at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

Fixed. Thanks :)

By canllaith at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am


Nice report but what is going on with Derek Kite's Commit-digest?

On http://commit-digest.org last is from 2 Sep.


By m. at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

Yeah, right after the interview by people behind kde he disappeared.
Where did they capture him to ???


By Adrian at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

I tried to help out with it for a couple times, but really don't have the time with school and life in general.


By Sam Weber at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

yeah, that's really a pity :(

The whats new in SVN report is also great, but it's sad that I lost my weekly news of the commit digest.

By Martin Stubenschrott at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

I enjoyed the tour to "This month in SVN". Very informative, very professional, very wasy on the eye, great work ! Thanks so much!

By MandrakeUser at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

sorry, meant to say "easy on the eye", what a wasy I am, hahaha

By MandrakeUser at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

It's actually "very easy on the eyes"

By Joe at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

Maybe he wears one of those cool pirate eye-patches. Arrr!!!

By Another user at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

is there a qsort or function that get rids of duplicates in a QList
such as the SGI function unique(V.begin(), V.end())?

By Joe at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

Qt4 has an stl like iterators ,so can use any standard method want .

By ma at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

I'm especially happy about the ability to use client side filtering on IMAP accounts. This makes it possible for my wife to start using the flexibility of IMAP, but creating her own filters (instead of asking me to edit ~/.procmailrc ;) )

3.5 COME TO PAPA! :)

By parena at Mon, 2005/10/03 - 5:00am

By Zammi at Tue, 2005/10/04 - 5:00am

Thanks ! Very nice and useful. I don't personally like transparency in places like menues where you need to read text and it reduces the contrast. OTOH, this is brilliant, 'cause you don't really care to much for good contrast on the window frame. Moreover, you'd rather have the chance to see what's behind the frame most times.


By MandrakeUser at Tue, 2005/10/04 - 5:00am

Transparency is not good at all the time. But we can make use of it with good/ balanced blurred level. This is something about it: http://baghira.sourceforge.net/blurring.shtml

By Zammi at Wed, 2005/10/05 - 5:00am

Has somebody a link to those cool new wallpapers?

By shiny at Fri, 2005/10/07 - 5:00am