MAY
24
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for May 23, 2003

Menu usability gets improved. KDE Print gets printer capability access and quite a few bug fixes.
Kate now has command line access to variables, similar to Vim commands or Emacs local variables. Plus numerous fixes

MAY
23
2003

KDE Developers' Conference: Call for Papers

The KDE Developers' Conference is a meeting of KDE contributors from
all over the world. It will feature three days of technical talks and
tutorials. Do you have a particular expertise related to KDE programming that
could be useful for your fellow developers? Do you want to present a
particular programming pattern, a tool, a development strategy, or
anything else that helps KDE developers become more productive? Then
consider talking about it or giving a tutorial at the KDE Developers'
Conference.

MAY
22
2003

Krusader Project Needs Developers

Krusader (screenshot) is a twin-panel file manager for KDE, patterned after old-school managers like Midnight Commander and Norton Commander. It features basically all your file-management needs, plus extensive archive handling, mounted filesystems support, ftp and much much more. So far, the project has been developed by two developers, whose time is now not enough to continue the rapid pace of development.

MAY
20
2003

KDE Traffic #51 is Up

KDE Traffic #51 is out. This time read the new dot-related feature, news on KHTML,
KOffice and Kexi, the KArm time tracker tool and more. Read and enjoy.

MAY
19
2003

KDE 3.1.2: The Even More Stable Release

The KDE Project has released KDE 3.1.2, the second maintenance release of the KDE 3.1 release series. It features more and much improved translations and many problem corrections. Read the Changelog or jump directly to the download links.

MAY
18
2003

KDE/Qt Gain Increased Support for Indic Languages

With the release of Trolltech's Qt 3.2.0 beta1, the upcoming KDE 3.2 has gained increased support for Indic languages both in terms of rendering and text input.

MAY
17
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for May 16, 2003

In this week's issue of KDE-CVS-Digest, read about the beginnings of a mobile device framework and the reworking of KMail
groupware functionality. Also, bug fixes in Kate, KDE Print,
Konqueror, KWin, KSpread,

MAY
16
2003

KDE Enterprise: Interview with Display Works Inc.

Recently, Tim Brodie of Display Works Inc. emailed KDE thanking us for a job well done. Display Works Inc. has been using KDE as their official desktop environment for some time now, and recently migrated to KDE 3.1. I had a chance to ask Mr. Brodie a few questions about Display Works' experience with KDE. Head over to KDE::Enterprise to read the interview.

MAY
13
2003

KDE Traffic #50 is Out

KDE Traffic #50 has been released. This month it includes information about improvements to bugs.kde.org, KWord patches, OpenOffice filters and a forthcoming PDF import filter. In addition it adds coverage of two more mailing lists: kde-pim and kde-devel.

MAY
9
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for May 9, 2003

KOffice developers have added a
number of templates to KSpread, while work
towards Excel compatibility continues. KStars now has a telescope hardware interface.

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