FEB
10
2003

KDE Developers Meet In Brussels For FOSDEM

Several KDE developers travelled to Brussels, Belgium to attend the FOSDEM event. Activities included bugfixing, development discussions and presentations, keysigning and of course socializing.
Pictures (more, more) are available.
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Read on for an extensive report of all the happenings!

FEB
8
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for February 7, 2003

This week in the latest KDE-CVS-Digest: Read about the improvement in filters to interoperate with other applications and formats such as Outlook Express, OOImpress, MSWrite, RTF and ApplixGraphics.

FEB
6
2003

KDE 3.1: Desktop Sharing in Practice

Desktop Sharing is a KDE service that allows you to share your desktop using the RFB protocol, better known as VNC. This new feature of KDE 3.1 allows a friend or administrator to fix problems on your computer, or you can use it to show your desktop to somebody else at a remote location. It is compatible with all regular VNC / RFB clients.

FEB
5
2003

KDE in Iran

An informal group called LIGLUG (LinuxIran Gnu/Linux User Group) yesterday finished its work on a customized live CD based on
KNOPPIX. GNU/Linux and KDE being widely unknown in Iran, this live CD, which is called "Shabdix", will be used to promote GNU/Linux and FarsiKDE in Iran. It will be released to the public as Shabdix 0.7.

FEB
4
2003

KDE/GNOME To Cooperate On Interface Guidelines

As recently announced, an effort has been started for closer cooperation between the KDE and GNOME usability teams. The effort was announced in a message sent to the
open-hci@freedesktop.org
mailinglist that was created for this purpose.

Original announcement by Aaron J. Seigo:

FEB
3
2003

KDE Kiosk Highlighted in Linux Magazine

A feature article on KDE that appeared in the November edition of Linux Magazine is now available online. The article concentrates on deploying KDE in business environments and showcases a few of KDE3's newer features. It outlines how to lock down and configure a KDE3 installation using the KDE kiosk framework and how to set up KDE to use centralized resources for configuration and data.

FEB
3
2003

J'ai deux amours: Paris et KDE

KDE-France will be holding a booth at Solutions Linux,
a Linux Show in Paris open from the 4th to the 6th
of February.
David Faure will give a conference Wednesday afternoon about KDE for the end
user. The KDE-France team will demonstrate KDE 3.1, sell KDE Goodies and a
brand new KDE Demo CD based on Knoppix. We will also

FEB
1
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for January 31, 2003

Is the 3.1 the ultimate in KDE? The end of development? Judging by the 2000 or so
commits this week, it wouldn't appear so. Some of the less trivial fixes from Apple are getting applied to
Konqueror. The user interface continues to be refined. The KDE PIM project and all of its individual parts are a beehive of

JAN
31
2003

C|NET News.com: Germany-funded Linux software arriving

C|Net has
published a
story about the recent release of KDE 3.1, with a focus on the Kroupware project. Other new features
particularly beneficial for those considering rolling KDE out in an enterprise

JAN
28
2003

KDE 3.1: Well Worth the Wait

The KDE Project today
announced
the release of KDE 3.1, "a major feature upgrade to the third
generation of the most advanced and powerful free desktop for Linux
and other UNIXes.
"
While you are busy downloading
the new packages for this fabulous release, we hope you will enjoy the
über-cool (disclaimer:

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