MAY
18
2001

Weekly Apps Roundup #1

Some time ago I decided to start a weekly column, Apps Roundup,
to summarize some of the interesting things happening with KDE applications. This inaugural issue features status updates
for Kate,
Kivio,
LISa and the KDE Installer

MAY
18
2001

KDE on Windows?

I was browsing SourceForge today and stumbled across the KDE on Cygwin project.

MAY
16
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #9: System Configuration Tools, etc.

After missing a week due to other commitments, Aaron J. Seigo is back in full swing with KC KDE # 9. Highlights include a new project to build KDE system configuration tools, improvement of the KDE printing framework to direct output to arbitrary devices (including faxes), and access control lists for KDE CVS. Read more here.

MAY
15
2001

People Behind KDE: Ivan E. Moore II

Packaging is one of the activities in our project that requires much discipline, dedication and patience. In this week's People Behind KDE, Tink interviews Ivan E. Moore II, who has held the office of Debian Packager for our project for a long time.

MAY
14
2001

Taskbar Grouping In CVS

Sure to put an end to countless discussions on the ever-lively kde-look mailing list, and to cut off a stream of "wishlist" bug requests, KDE CVS (look for it in the upcoming KDE 2.2-beta1 release) now features task-grouping in Kicker, the KDE panel.

MAY
14
2001

How to configure your Anti-Aliased desktop

Various people have been asking how to configure fonts with the new Xft extension, which enables AA fonts, among other things.
This is a short tutorial on how to configure the new Xft extension.

Configuring the Xft extension (including antialiasing)
Danny Tholen (obiwan@mailmij.org)

MAY
9
2001

An Analysis of KDE Speed

Our recent poll (courtesy KDE.com) on the upcoming KDE 2.2 suggests that the area of

MAY
7
2001

People Behind KDE: Werner Trobin

Werner Trobin is a member of the hard working KOffice team. He is the first non-fantastic entity to answer the new series of questions in Tink's weekly interview at the KDE People page. This is a very refreshing and colourful interview. Go there, read it and enjoy Werner's enthusiasm at being a part of KDE.

MAY
7
2001

Fer de Lance - Truly Intelligent Multimedia Browsing

Wolfgang Müller is the maintainer of GIFT, GNU's very interesting Content Based Image Retrieval System (CBIRS). A CBIRS is a system to search for images based on their content. Wolfgang wrote to the dot recently inviting us to make public his latest efforts to integrate CBIR and related technologies in KDE.

MAY
4
2001

Poll: What KDE Feature Do You Most Want?

Polls are an oft-requested feature of the dot. KDE.com has risen to the challenge with its latest user poll: "What Should Be the Highest Priority of KDE Developers Leading Up to KDE 2.2?".

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