MAY
27
2002

People Behind KDE: Jason Katz-Brown and Masaji Takeyama

Despite being up to her ears into the moving boxes, Tink managed to publish the last two interviews of
this season
today. You can learn more about
Jason Katz-Brown
who recently enriched KDE CVS with Kolf. And about
Masaji Takeyama
who brings KDE to the masses in Japan. Enjoy!

MAY
26
2002

KDE Presence at LinuxTag 2002 (Karlsruhe, Germany)

The KDE (the K Desktop Environment)
Project, one of the largest and most successful Open Source projects,
will be represented in three separate locations at
LinuxTag
2002
, being held in Karlsruhe, Germany from June 6-9. In addition,
KDE Project members will host several KDE workshops during the event.
The KDE Project's primary focus this year will be the latest stable

MAY
26
2002

KDE Print: Advanced KPrinter Usage

A rather unusual application of the 'Special Printer' feature in KDEPrint
has been employed by KDE user Paul Evans for quite some time now. After being asked

MAY
24
2002

IBM developerWorks: Creating KParts Components

Following the first introduction to KParts on IBM developerWorks, David Faure now goes on to show developers how to create KParts components (free registration) in the first part of this tutorial series.

MAY
23
2002

KDE 3.0.1 Ships

Following the remarkably successful launch of the KDE 3 series with
a very stable KDE 3.0 last month,
the KDE Project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.0.1.
While primarily a translation release, it also squashes some bugs, including
some minor security issues with KHTML. Check out the
announcement and the fairly complete

MAY
20
2002

KDE on Cygwin: 2.2.2 Beta 1 Release Available

The KDE on Cygwin project, the project to port Qt and KDE to Windows, has announced the first beta release of KDE 2.2.2 for Cygwin and Cygwin/XFree86.

MAY
20
2002

New KDE Mailing-List For German Speakers

kde.de reports that a mailing-list for German-speaking KDE users called "kde-de" has been created, inviting both users and developers to subscribe. As usual, there is an archive and NNTP access available.

MAY
15
2002

KDE Usability Team Takes First Steps

The KDE Usability Team has come out with the biggest and most visible change yet. Aaron J. Seigo recently announced and committed an almost complete re-organisation of the Kicker KControl module with accompanying updates to Kicker. Illustrative screenshots of this important first step can be found here.

MAY
11
2002

Kooka Scanner Suite Now With Website

The Kooka team is proud to announce the launch of the official Kooka website. Kooka is a scanner management suite for KDE with support for Optical Character Recognition (OCR).

MAY
7
2002

Bart Decrem re: Desktop Elegance

Here's my official statement in response to the recent controversy over certain comments that slipped out of my mouth during a LOOOONG interview that also happened to include many positive and not-so-controversial comments about KDE. I have now switched to using KDE on a daily basis and I am really enjoying it. Thanks for the feedback and keep on hacking! :-)

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