FEB
16
2001

KDE Dot News: Configurable Thread Thresholds

As some of you may have noticed, lately we've been getting more and more postings at KDE Dot News. With the increasing number of comments, we've also been getting more and more complaints about the fact that KDE Dot News automatically switches to threading when the number of articles in a forum goes over our global threshold.

FEB
14
2001

KDE Installer Project

There have been countless requests from KDE users, on the dot, on the lists, and even elsewhere, for a KDE Installer and Updater. Nick Betcher (aka Error403) has stepped up to the challenge and now needs your help to make this project really happen. His current code is in CVS and the project is in active development.

FEB
13
2001

Good news for KWord: Qt3 widget ported to Qt2

Back in November, Reginald Stadlbauer announced a new rich text widget for Qt. That widget could provide, he said, a very stable base for KWord. So a rich text branch of KWord was started and became the focal point of KWord development... The problem was that the new widget was only slated to appear in Qt3.

FEB
13
2001

"Business Ethics" in the Open Source Community?

What do we do when one of our own, a company with long-time roots in the Open Source community, rejects our code of ethics and resorts to deceitful tactics for the express purpose of undermining an Open Source project? It appears that the newly-named Ximian is doing exactly that.

FEB
12
2001

People behind KDE: Jono Bacon

Welcome to your weekly tour of the KDE people gallery. This time, Jono Bacon answers Tink's questions. A student, a writer, a guitar player and a KDE developer, Jono acknowledges to have come to KDE by necessity and to have stayed by love. Visit Tink's talk lounge for other great interviews.

FEB
12
2001

Cervisia 1.0 and 1.1 released

Cervisia, an advanced graphical frontend for CVS, has finally been released as a 1.0 version. This release compiles either with KDE1 or KDE2 and contains complete documentation. Also available now is the 1.1 release, which contains a pile of new features and usability enhancements. Read on for a few highlights.

Cervisia features include:

FEB
11
2001

KDE Book Used in Universities

You might be interested to know that
KDE is being used for
teaching in universities. I'm also pleased to say that they're using the open content KDE 2.0 Development book.

FEB
11
2001

KDE 2.1 Release Delayed 1 Week

David Faure, our release manager, has announced the latest KDE 2.1 release schedule. KDE 2.1 will now be officially announced Feb 26, mainly due to popular demand and the fact that the KDE Artist Team is hard at work polishing up this release. For a preview of what's to come, check out the new KControl design. Definitely seems worth the wait!

FEB
9
2001

KDE Available on CD-ROM

One of the most common requests I get is "can I get KDE on CD-ROM?", I'm happy to say that the answer now is "yes!". I've created a page on KDE.org that lists all known vendors that have KDE on CD-ROM. I've also noted whether the vendor contributes part of the proceeds back to the KDE Project or not. Check it out here.

FEB
7
2001

Multihead Support in KDE 2.1

Bradley T Hughes has implemented multihead support for KDE 2.1, and is currently commiting the code. This is one fine feature masquerading as a bugfix but which should make a lot of people with multiple monitors quite happy.

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