JAN
16
2002

APPS.KDE.com: New Features for a New Year

Over the last few weeks, I have been busily adding a number of new features and enhancements to appsy. Most of them enable
greater customization of site content, such as receiving email notification when a particular application or any application within a particular category is updated. Others provide more information and statistics about the site and the software listed on it. And, not coincidentally, there is a new "news" system
where you can post comments on a story as well. You can find out about the

JAN
16
2002

Dalheimer: Design Patterns in Qt

Matthias Kalle Dalheimer,
who besides being one of the initial KDE developers, author of a famous
c't article which helped galvanize KDE early in its life, author of an
important series of early KDE articles
(1,
2,
3)

JAN
15
2002

KDE Konquers Korea

Hancom Linux recently
announced
that the Korean government has procured 120,000 copies of
HancomLinux
Deluxe 2.0
, which includes, among other things, KDE 2 and
Hancom Office.
This means that many more office workers will soon be using KDE for their daily

JAN
15
2002

aRts/KDE Video Roadmap Meeting

All aRts and KDE developers (or would-be developers) are invited to an IRC meeting in order to draft a short- and long-term roadmap for the future of video in aRts and KDE. Why? aRts is a solid base, and it would be a shame not to build a good video system on top of that, taking the best from the already existing video projects.

When: Saturday, January 26, 2002
21:00 GMT / 22:00 CET / 13:00 PST / 16:00 EST

JAN
14
2002

People of KDE: Lubos Lunak

Many KDE developers know that Lubos Lunak is a serious developer with a strong grasp of C++ and a penchant for posting helpful hints on the development mailing lists. KDE users will be happy to find out that Lubos is the developer behind the popular KHotKeys, a tool that has received high marks since its first appearance in KDE 1 and that is now a gem in Kicker's menu

JAN
9
2002

KDE Mailing Lists Gated To NNTP/IMAP, New KDE::Enterprise Forum

Thanks to the efforts of Christopher Molnar, KDE mailing lists are now accessible read-only through NNTP at news.uslinuxtraining.com (news, web). In other words, KDE Mailing Lists are now neatly accessible through your favourite newsreader (KNode, tin).

JAN
9
2002

Quickies: Kinkatta-Lite, Linux Expo Birmingham, Ivan Retires

Benjamin C. Meyer wrote in with the news that Kinkatta has been ported to Qt/Embedded. Kinkatta-Lite has been tested on Sharp's new Zaurus as well as the iPAQ.

JAN
9
2002

Trademarks vs. Open Source: SuSE Enjoined

According to a
story
at ZDNet (earlier story at
heise online),
SuSE has
been enjoined by a German court from distributing its distribution in
Germany, apparently because the court decided that the

JAN
8
2002

People of KDE: Christian Couder

Christian Couder is a contributor to the KDevelop project. He is working on integrating Eiffel language development support into the third iteration of KDevelop (codename: Gideon). Christian answers Tink's questions in this week's edition of the People Behind KDE.

JAN
7
2002

Kernel Cousin KDE #29 Is Out

Kernel Cousin KDE is back with Issue 29.
Aaron J. Seigo, Rob Kaper and Timothy R. Butler once again summarize discussions from the development mailing-lists. This issue covers a new Kate export, KBugBuster, KOffice filters, and Emacs-style keybindings amongst other new goodies!

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