APR
6
2002

KDE.de App of the Month: KView

Klaus Stärk informs us that
the German KDE website has
announced
the April 2002 App of the Month:
KView.
As usual, the useful (German) review includes a screenshot-laden

APR
4
2002

KDE 3.0: A New Era In Desktop Choice

Today the KDE Project proudly announces the release of KDE 3.0 (fully mirrored below), a release which marks a new era of choice on the desktop. Every advance opens the door to a group of new adopters, and KDE 3 is set to tear the doors asunder. In celebration of the release, the KDE League has posted the text KDE: The Complete Enterprise Desktop Solution, a work-in-progress but already something useful to show those who are considering the migration to freedom. Enough talk, time to download.

APR
1
2002

People of KDE: Kristof Borrey

In this week's episode of
The People Behind KDE, we travel to
Leopoldsburg in
La Belgique where we meet
Kristof Borrey.

APR
1
2002

Qt For The Console

The toolkit we know and love has finally been ported to the text console. The Qt-Console project reports having reached the point of successfully running ports of Konsole, KMail and even Konqueror on the console.

MAR
29
2002

KDE Dot News: We're Back In Business

After a brief hiatus that seemed closer to an eternity, I'm pleased to report that the dot is back and all is good. A big "Thank You!" goes out to Chris McDonough and Jim Fulton of Zope Corporation, Chris Withers of Squishdot fame, and the wonderful Zope community at #zope for their excellent support throughout this matter.

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

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