MAR
27
2002

People of KDE: Eva Brucherseifer

In this hectic week before the KDE 3.0 release,
Tink
found time to interview
Eva Brucherseifer for
this week's episode of
The People Behind KDE.
Eva is an electrical engineer from Germany and a driving force behind
the KDE-Women
and KDE-Edu projects and the

MAR
26
2002

Komba: Security Release

Frank Schwanz, the developer of Komba,
a popular Samba share browser,
today announced a security release. All versions of Komba2 prior to today's release are
affected by a flaw which permits other users easily to learn a share
password whenever the share is mounted. All Komba users are encouraged

MAR
25
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE #36 Is Out

Kernel Cousin KDE #36 is out and as the KDE developers are working on polishing up the project for a new major release, there is lots of news from the mailing lists. This issue covers media streams, wallpapers, KOffice and of course the nearing KDE 3.0 release.

MAR
23
2002

The KDE Cafe Opens Doors

Lo and behold Tink's latest community undertaking, the KDE Cafe mailing-list. In her own words: "KDE-Cafe is the virtual chill-out zone of KDE, a cross between Slashdot and IRC, a cross between the local pub and the opinions page of your newspaper. Specially designed for KDE addicts like you." So there. More details ahead.

MAR
21
2002

KDE 3.0RC3: Prepare to Fall in Love

The KDE Project has announced the release
of KDE 3.0RC3 (on this, the first day of Spring). The release comes a month after the release of KDE 3.0beta2, with

MAR
21
2002

KWinTV: Future Vision

Richard Moore has been
working diligently on a rewrite of
KWinTV, the KDE
TV-card application. The "new" KWinTV (screenshots:
Channel
Wizard
;
Channel
Wizard - Scanning
;
Channel

MAR
19
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE: Issue #35 Is Out

In this week's
edition of Kernel Cousin KDE,
Aaron J. Seigo
covers the KDE 3 RC releases, the controversy about KDE 3 release
coordination, progress with KOffice,
trouble on the documentation front, and the new
Qt C# bindings.

MAR
19
2002

People of KDE: Andy Fawcett

One of the more recent endeavours in the KDE world is the KDEduware project. A strong and valiant team is playing hard with this new enterprise. Tink speaks this week to
a member of this team, Andy Fawcett.

MAR
17
2002

Python/C# Mania: New Bindings Expand KDE Languages

Today marks a special coincidence. First,
Adam
Treat
released the initial version of
Qt bindings for C#,
which consists of 476 Qt classes converted to C#.
The bindings work with the Mono
compiler, runtime environment and class libraries, enabling a fully Open Source implementation of C# for Qt. While not yet ready for

MAR
16
2002

KDE Worldwide Goes Live

Chris Howells wrote in to
announce his latest project, KDE
Worldwide
, to the world. KDE Worldwide wants to promote KDE
internationally by providing information and to assist those
interested in the localised and translated versions of KDE. A worldwide developer map is currently in the

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