SEP
2
2002

Linux Journal's Editor's Choice Award

"Linux Journal's Editor's Choice Awards are well-known as the premiere forum recognizing outstanding product developments and achievements in the Linux market. A panel of more than 50 distinguished Linux experts was assembled to nominate products for the awards, which were then sent to the Linux Journal editors who chose the final winners." KDE 3.0 wins the honour of best Consumer Software.

AUG
23
2002

KC KDE #43 is Up

KC KDE issue #43 is out
featuring everything from KDE 3.1's new look, the future of multimedia in KDE, a refitted Konqi, math app news, mouse news, and much more.
Get it here.

AUG
22
2002

KDE 3.1 Beta 1: Hot off the Servers

The KDE Project is pleased to announce the availability of KDE
3.1 Beta 1 for your testing enjoyment. This release, which marks
the second testing release of the KDE 3.1 branch, offers many
improvements and bug fixes over KDE 3.0.x. New features include
improved OpenPGP handling in KMail, handy tooltips that provide
details of files in Konqueror quickly, and even new ways to be
less productive thanks to four new games.

AUG
22
2002

OfB.biz: Andreas Pour on KDE

AUG
19
2002

KDE 3.0.3 Released

The KDE Project is happy to announce the release of KDE 3.0.3,
an update for KDE 3.0 with further bugfixes and an important
security fix.
Read more in the announcement and on the
KDE 3.0.3 Info Page. Credits go to

AUG
19
2002

KDE Security Advisory: Konqueror SSL vulnerability

A problem has been discovered in the way in which the KDE webbrowser Konqueror handles SSL certificates. SSL certificates are used by websites to prove that they are indeed the website the user thinks they are. The following advisory has been released to bring this issue under the attention of all KDE users.

KDE Security Advisory: Konqueror SSL vulnerability
Original Release Date: 2002-08-18
URL:
http://www.kde.org/info/security/advisory-20020818-1.txt

AUG
18
2002

New Hardware Serving KDE

In the past, the KDE infrastructure has several times suffered from extended downtime of our websites and mailinglists. That was due to the fact that master.kde.org ailed from old and failing hardware. Forget the past, and welcome our new master: ktown.kde.org!

ktown, a xSeries x232 kindly donated by IBM is located at the University of Kaiserlautern in Germany. As everyone loves specs, here they are:

AUG
16
2002

Freehackers.org Interviews KDevelop Team

In a recent interview conducted by freehackers.org, the hard working people behind the KDevelop IDE talk about the history of the project and their contributions. Light is also shed on the somewhat confusing set of branches that exist for KDevelop and the exciting features of the upcoming Gideon (a.k.a. KDevelop 3). The second part of this interview is due next week.

AUG
10
2002

KDE Ships Release Candidate of Integrated Office Suite

The KOffice team yesterday announced the release of KOffice 1.2 rc1. It marks the last test release before
KOffice 1.2, scheduled for early next month, hits the Net.
Highlights since last month's beta2 release include a substantial number
of fixes and stability and performance enhancements, including important
corrections to the KWord and KPresenter WYSIWYG display, It also features new
read-only Konqueror plugins for

AUG
5
2002

New Milestone for Qt C# Bindings

Qt# 0.4 has been released! Qt# is a set of cross-platform C# bindings for Trolltech's Qt GUI toolkit that is currently targeted towards Mono and Portable.NET.

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