, Other Sites Back Online

After struggling for three weeks with a series of hardware anomalies (traced
after much effort to a bad bit in a memory module) and
a taxing OS / software upgrade (as well as with some time-consuming but
unrelated issues),,, (which among other
things provides the dot's mailing lists), and are finally
back online.
Service on the sites may be spotty in the coming week as some kinks
in the OS and various software upgrades are worked out, but the most important
things appear to be working smoothly already.
Please contribute any
recent releases of KDE or Qt software to the Appsy database
to ensure it remains comprehensive, and please be patient while
application updates proceed in first-in, first-out
order. If you find areas of any of the sites that do not yet work as expected, please
let me know.

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by Timothy R. Butler (not verified)

I've missed Appsy. Thanks for your hard work Dre! :-)

by Navindra Umanee (not verified)

Thanks for all your hard work and dedication Dre!

by Charles Samuels (not verified)

Quit tooting your own horn, Navindreas.

by Navindra Umanee (not verified)

Whatever you say Charles Stevens!

by jmalory (not verified)

I highly recommend Memtest86 for memory testing. Is use it as part of my toolkit when I diagnose problems with computers as well as testing the memory on new computers I've either bought or assembled.

by AC (not verified)

I know this is offtopic, but I have to wholeheartedly agree. Memtest86 finds errors that other testers don't. It has saved me a lot of trouble in the past. And you can read about its testing methodology on the site.

by Somebody (not verified)

Where is the home Kate? doesn't work.

by Somebody (not verified)

eh ... of Kate

by Anonymous (not verified)

Use until it's fixed.

by Navindra Umanee (not verified)

You can thank Christoph for that. :-p

by Evan "JabberWok... (not verified)

Beautiful site - I like the new proposed theme. Kudos to the author.


by Navindra Umanee (not verified)

Too bad the URL is still broken! Not a good thing.

by Guillaume Laurent (not verified)

It displays horribly (both subframes have scrollbars, horribly inconvenient) in Moz 1.1 and Konq 3.1. Any chance to simplify it a little ?

by Datschge (not verified)

Select "no frames" from the yellow menu at the top and everything's alright (that one should be appsy's default view mode anyway).

by Richard (not verified)

Is kde-look down also? I not getting thru.


by Anonymous (not verified)

A little off-topic but visit the new KDE web forum to post messages not related to news stories.