NOV
22
2001

KDE 2.2.2 Released

The KDE Project has announced the release of KDE 2.2.2, a service and security release.
A fairly complete list of changes from KDE 2.2.1, released two months ago,
is available
here.
If you are using KDE in a multi-user environment,
you are strongly encouraged to upgrade for
the security enhancements incorporated into the release. If not, you are

NOV
21
2001

Quickies: XML Plugin For Kate, Pixie Plus, KDEdevelopers.net

Daniel Naber wrote in some time
ago to
inform us of a new XML plugin for
Kate. "The plugin gives hints about what's allowed at a certain position in
an XML file, according to the file's DTD. It will list possible
elements, attributes, attribute values or entities, depending on the
cursor position. You can also close an open element with a keyboard

NOV
15
2001

KDE 3.0 Screenshots (A/K/A, Do You Like Themes?)

Rob Kaper has graciously fulfilled the oft-heard
request for screenshots of the upcoming KDE 3.0 release. Take a trip
to KDE.org and have a look

NOV
14
2001

KC KDE #25 is out

The latest KC KDE, number 25, is out. Aaron J. Seigo sums up some exciting news about KMail integration with the German-government-funded Aegypten security project, a revamp of the KConfig network, a discussion about registering KDE mime types with the IANA, and a lot more regarding the dawning KDE 3 beta release. Get it while it's hot.

NOV
12
2001

ALS 2001 Summary

The Annual (ex-Atlanta) Linux Showcase and XFree86 Conference took place last Thursday through Saturday in Oakland, California. Representing KDE at the
event were Ralf Nolden,
Ellis Whitehead, Roland Krause, Paul Campbell, and
Charles Samuels. Ralf
and Charles, who took photos, have made them available in a
picture gallery (made especially

NOV
9
2001

KDE Wins three Linux Journal Awards

The KDE Project today received three Editors' Choice Awards in this year's round of the Linux Journal Editor's Choice awards. The KDE Web Browser Konqueror received the award for the best web client thanks to its high quality and for its very good integration into the desktop.

NOV
7
2001

KC KDE #24

Issue #24 of KC KDE is available. Summaries include coverage of KDE language bindings, Synchronous KIO, ALSA and aRts, KPilot, CSS Media support, the new DCOP tools and more.

NOV
7
2001

Trolltech/Sharp Partner on Zaurus

Trolltech and
Sharp have
announced
a really spiffy-looking
Linux palmtop, named "Zaurus".
The device itself features
a sliding (retractable) keyboard, a color

NOV
6
2001

PC WORLD: XP vs Mac vs Linux

PC World New Zealand compares WinXP, MacOS X, and Linux/KDE2 and concludes that Linux/KDE2
offers the best usability, tieing XP in features/support. XP does win overall, but we should be proud that our little free operating system/environment built out of passion and dedication has come so far in so short a time.

NOV
6
2001

OSNews: Interview with Harri Porten

Harri Porten is one of the most active KDE developers (working, amongst other things, on the Javascript part in Konqueror) and is also a Trolltech employee. In this interview, Harri talks to OSNews covering topics such as Qt 3, licensing, KDE, and more. "Vector graphics support is already present in Qt 3.0. The QPicture class is able to read and write static SVG files.

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