JAN
17
2001

KDE.com Offers Free Docbook Compilation Service

KDE.com has announced it will provide a convenient
service to all KDE developers who, for whatever reason, have not been able
to compile KDE documentation properly or who do not want to go through the
hassle of installing all of the necessary packages to compile KDE .dockbook
files. Simply visit the KDE.com
DocBook Documentation

JAN
16
2001

People of KDE: Gregory Mokhin

Many agree that one of the greatest strengths of KDE is the professional quality of the user interface translations and localization. In this week's People Behind KDE, Tink presents to us Gregory Mokhin, member of the Russian KDE translation team. With charm and a subtle sense of humor, Grisha speaks about his work and life.

JAN
12
2001

OSDEM with David Faure Intervention

We are proud to announce the first Open Source and Free Developers' European Meeting featuring Fyodor, Jeremy Allison, Richard Stallman, Kevin Lawton, Phil Thomson, Rasmus Lerdorf and more. David Faure will be offering a KDE presentation.

The meeting will take place in Brussels Saturday the 3rd and Sunday the 4th February 2001, and is organised in collaboration with VA Linux which is actively sponsoring the event.

JAN
12
2001

KDE Accessibility Mailing List Started

A KDE accessibility mailing list has been created. We hope the mailing list will be the starting point for a subproject of KDE, possibly named Access KDE, that will be dedicated to making the entire desktop environment accessible. The mailing list will serve as a forum for those who want to further KDE's accessibility to disabled users (e.g., visually impaired or low-vision individuals). Those interested are strongly encouraged to subscribe.

JAN
11
2001

KDE 2.1 Release Schedule

David Faure, the KDE release coordinator, has posted the KDE 2.1 release schedule. The summary: KDE 2.1beta2 is scheduled for release on January 29, and KDE 2.1 is scheduled for release on February 12, 2001. Read the post below.

JAN
10
2001

theKompany.com releases BlackAdder

theKompany.com is pleased to announce the release of its Windows/Linux GUI development environment for Python, BlackAdder. BlackAdder combines a visual design environment with debugging, syntax highlighting, ODBC interfaces and extensive HTML documentation into a comprehensive platform for developing Python applications.

JAN
10
2001

Linux Accessibility Conference and KDE

[Ed: This article was submitted about a month ago but got lost in the queue.]
Project Ocularis is pleased to announce the Linux Accessibility Conference -- join us for our workgroup on KDE, and more, on
March 22-23, 2001, Los Angeles Airport, Hilton Hotel, Plaza D. Please read on for more details.

The Linux Accessibility Conference

March 22-23, 2001
Los Angeles Airport
Hilton Hotel, Plaza D

There will be a workgroup on KDE.

JAN
10
2001

Webpath chooses KDE for the SRB desktop

[Ed: This article was submitted about a month ago but got lost in the queue.]

JAN
5
2001

IP Address Change for the Dot

Effective 12:00 p.m. EST January 5, 2001 the IP address of KDE Dot News is scheduled to change from 216.186.210.168 to 64.22.20.150.

JAN
5
2001

theKompany Contributes Kamera Code to KDE CVS

Shawn Gordon wrote in with the good news that
theKompany.com has contributed the
source code for Kamera (previously
featured on the Dot),
a gPhoto2-based KIO slave for
digital cameras, to the
KDE CVS. He also
has some updates on Kamera developments. Read below to find out more.

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