OCT
16
2001

Trolltech releases Qt 3.0

Trolltech have announced the release of Qt 3.0 for Windows, Linux, MacOS X, various Unices, and embedded systems. This version of Qt includes a rich text editor, database connectivity, improved font handling and internationalisation.

OCT
15
2001

Happy Birthday, KDE!

Five years ago, on October 14th, 1996, Matthias Ettrich delivered his famous newsgroup posting (also

OCT
13
2001

Linux Journal Readers Love KDE; Quanta Gets a Plug

LinuxJournal has
published the results of their 2001 Readers' Choice Awards, based on ballots gathered from six
weeks of on-line voting. KDE itself won in the

OCT
11
2001

Quickies: Sphinx for KMail, Rosegarden, KDE/GNOME@ALS

Jan-Oliver Wagner writes:
"We are happy to announce that the German Federal Agency for IT Security, BSI, has contracted us (Intevation, Klarälvdalens Datakonsult and g10 Code) to ensure Free Software support for their email security standard, Sphinx. Sphinx basically consists of S/MIME, a PKIX compatible X.509 profile, together with certificate revocation lists (CRLs) based on LDAP. The code developed will be modular allowing inclusion in several MUAs released under the GNU GPL."

OCT
9
2001

KDE-Look.org: EyeCandy for your KDE Desktop

OCT
7
2001

KDE 3.0Alpha1 Developer's Release Ships

The KDE Project has just announced the release of KDE 3.0Alpha1,
the inaugural release of the
KDE 3 series. This release is targeted at developers, though experimental
users might want to check it out (be sure to read the
instructions for
installing KDE 3 alongside your KDE 2 desktop). The principal changes from the
recently-released KDE 2.2.1 stem

OCT
5
2001

Quickies: Yangchunbaixue, libkdegames, KDE Release Updates

In a commendable flurry of submissions, Anonymous wrote in with a link to an announcement from China-based Dynasoft on a "sophisticated Chinese

OCT
3
2001

Linuxlookup.com Interviews KDE League Chairman

Linuxlookup.com is running a nice interview with Andreas Pour, Chairman of the KDE League, Dot editor ("Dre") and KDE evangelist, about the latest KDE release, the KDE developers' attitude towards Open Source and business use of KDE and KOffice.

OCT
2
2001

Qt 3.0.0 Beta6 out, QCom gone

Normally a new beta wouldn't be dot news, but the new Qt 3.0.0 beta6 release is notable for one reason: QCom is gone. In a mail sent to qt-interest, Trolltech explains, "The feedback we received on this module during the 3.0 beta phase has been mixed. Many users think this module lacks the intuitiveness and compactness that they have learned to expect from a Qt API. Therefore, we have made the difficult decision

SEP
27
2001

Two New DCOP Tutorials

DCOP
is KDE's interprocess communication (IPC)/remote procedure call (RPC)
technology. DCOP provides a simple protocol with authentication over TCP/IP
or Unix domain sockets. Two new complementary tutorials on DCOP have just been made available
at the KDE developer site. The
first

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