APR
4
2001

Ready To Battle?

KBattleship is a TCP/IP-based boardgame similar to the common game played on a sheet of paper, where two players try to battle the other's fleet. KBattleship has just been moved into the KDE Games package and will be publicly available with the KDE 2.2 release.

APR
3
2001

People behind KDE: Michael Brade

Tink continues the People series with Michael Brade. Michael is one of the younger developers and became involved with KDE fairly recently. His current interests include KNotes and cleaning up the contents of the bug tracking system.

APR
1
2001

KDE/Qt Switching to Mozilla and JavaScript Technology

According to internal email correspondence, TrollTech, makers of the Qt widget set on which KDE is based, has decided to use JavaScript and Mozilla technology as core components in the next versions of their products. The KDE core team appears quite enthusiastic about this novel development.

MAR
30
2001

KDE 2.2 Release Plan (Revised)

Waldo Bastian, the release manager
for KDE 2.2, has
posted
a revised schedule for the next major release of the KDE core applications
(KOffice is on a separate
release
cycle
). The schedule has slipped somewhat to provide time to add

MAR
30
2001

Telsa Gwynne LCA Report: Why KDE Works

The other day, I found something rather interesting in the referrer logs: Telsa Gwynne, well-known in Linux and GNOME circles, wrote up a pretty neat report of Sirtaj Singh Kang's talk at Linux.Conf.Au 2001.

MAR
28
2001

KDE 2.1.1 is Out!

As everyone has been gleefully pointing out, KDE 2.1.1 is out. The main features of this release over KDE 2.1 are bugfixes, additional language translations, and numerous documentation updates. As an added bonus, you can now also "paste" a URL to Konqueror and have it automatically load the website. I'm also told that KPilot 4.0.1 is in pretty good shape in this release.

MAR
27
2001

People behind KDE: Michael Häckel

KMail is a central tonality of the KDE harmony. Part of the team of developers who invest work and passion into this interesting project, Michael Häckel hacks away, making great contributions to the KDE Project.

MAR
27
2001

KDE Community Launches New KDE Zine Project

The KDE community, made up of developers and avid users, has a new project: the KDE Zine. Just a few short weeks ago, discussion about the possibilities of creating a print magazine cropped up on the KDE-promo mailing list.

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