FEB
27
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE #33 Is Out

FEB
27
2002

KDE Presence at FOSDEM

For those of you waiting for KDE news from FOSDEM, Rob Kaper wrote in with a photo impression of the event.

FEB
26
2002

OSNews: Interview with Mandrake's & KDE's David Faure

OSNews is featuring an interesting interview with David Faure, the French KDE developer who works for Mandrake, and whose code and contributions can be found in many core elements of KDE.

FEB
25
2002

People of KDE: Jaime Robles

Sit back and relax! This week's episode of
The People behind KDE
takes you to
Spain.
It is of course no coincidence that it is here that
Tink spoke with
Jaime Robles, member of the Spanish KDE translation team. Learn a little Spanish yourself through

FEB
22
2002

China Chooses KDE, KOffice for Desktop

NewsForge has
published what it bills as the "first-ever comprehensive English-language review
of Red Flag Linux". Most of you probably know that Red Flag Linux is the "official"
Chinese Linux distribution, and receives support - as well as contracts -
from the Chinese government. What you may not have known is that,

FEB
22
2002

developerWorks: Coding with KParts

David Faure, proud owner of an excellent t-shirt, has written a very nice article for IBM developerWorks.

FEB
21
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE #32 Is Out

Aaron J. Seigo delivers again with Kernel Cousin KDE #32. This week's summary includes talk about DCOP for C programs, bleeding edge adventures, a XSLT KOffice filter, fixes for IRIX, the aRts CVS module and changes to make KDE comply to the Thumbnail Managing Standard.

FEB
21
2002

Noatun Gets a Web Interface

Flood is a simple web interface plugin for Noatun. It allows the user to control the basic features of Noatun from anywhere on the web, using a dynamically generated XHTML/CSS interface. Flood also generates an RDF file of recently played songs readable by news tickers such as KNewsTicker.

FEB
18
2002

People of KDE: Dwayne Bailey

After a short reprieve, Tink is back with a new interview. Dwayne Bailey, a KDE friend who bears an amazing resemblance to a fetus' ultrasound image, is involved in translating KDE into the many languages spoken in South Africa. Dwayne's work recently drew high praise from a South African official organization. Great work, Mr. Bailey.

FEB
16
2002

US DoJ Identifies 47 "Major" Comments

Those of you following the US antitrust proceedings against
Microsoft
might be interested to note that the
US DoJ
Antitrust Division
has selected
47 "major"
comments from the
30,000+ comments
submitted under the

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