MAR
25
2003

KDE Accessibility 1.0 is Here + Interview

The KDE Accessibility Project has released the first stable version of the KDE Accessibility module.

MAR
24
2003

XFree86 and KDE

The XFree86 project, one of the major window systems hosting the KDE/Qt platform, released version 4.3.0 almost a month ago.

MAR
21
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for March 21, 2003

KDE 3.1.1 released, a WYSIWYG mode for Quanta, many bugfixes
in KMail, KWin, Kicker and Konqueror. Read all this and more in the latest issue of KDE-CVS-Digest.

MAR
20
2003

KDE 3.1.1: It's Not Odd at All!

The KDE Project has released KDE 3.1.1, the first maintenance release of the KDE 3.1 release series. It features more and much improved translations and many problem corrections. Read the Changelog

MAR
17
2003

Web Shortcut Goodness: KDE Support for Feedster

You already have KNewsTicker and you often hit the popular sites for the latest news. But have you tried Feedster, the RSS search engine? Now, the latest KDE CVS includes support for Feedster in the elegant form of a web shortcut.

MAR
17
2003

KDE and the 3rd Linux Accessibility Conference

The 3rd Linux Accessibility conference will take place on March 20 to 21 in the La Jolla room of the LAX Marriot. KDE-related activites include an update on the progress of the KDE Accessibility Project and a discussion on KDE accessibility and interoperability.

MAR
15
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for March 14, 2003

This week in KDE-CVS-Digest, our big feature is a review of the status of the KDE HEAD branch. We cover everything from virtual folders in KMail to Konqueror, Kontact and more. Plus, as usual we cover the latest KDE development updates and bugfixes.

MAR
12
2003

KDE Presence at CeBIT 2003

CeBIT 2003 kicks off tomorrow and as usual KDE will be present. The KDE team will be showcasing current developments scheduled for KDE 3.2, Rainer Endres will be giving a talk on KDE on the corporate desktop and Martin Konold will be presenting the latest and greatest on the KDE Kolab Groupware Solution.

MAR
11
2003

OSNews.com: Interview with KDE and Gnome Developers

OSNews.com is featuring an interesting three-way interview (5 pages) with KDE's very own Waldo Bastian and Aaron J. Seigo as well as GNOME's Havoc Pennington. An interesting diversity of opinions on various UI and usability issues is presented.

MAR
10
2003

German Government Agency Rolls Out KGX

According to a recent
story on
IDG.net, "A small German institute
has become one of the [German] Interior Ministry's first agencies to
implement Linux on the desktop, as the government pushes ahead with its
ambitious plans to introduce open-source software in the public sector."

The test 50-seat rollout was spear-headed by the Federal Office for

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