JUL
3
2001

KWord 1.1beta3 review

Kent Nguyen has written a very nice and entertaining review of KWord (dot mirror available) as part of a more extensive KOffice examination.

JUL
3
2001

KDE Source Code Now Under LXR

The KDE source code is now available under the LXR system, courtesy of our friends at nadmm.com.
Users and developers may now browse the KDE source code complete with cross-references, which should prove extremely useful. For those of you wondering about the difference between lxr.kde.org and webcvs.kde.org, read on for an explanation from Kurt.

JUN
30
2001

KDE 2.x Systems

Yesterday I started putting together
a list of operating
systems/distributions and architectures
on which KDE 2.x compiles and runs. It is far from
complete but already lists three BSDs, eight Linuxes and four other
Unices, as well as nine architectures. If you know of a system that is not listed, please help us complete
the list. Instructions for contributing are
here.

JUN
29
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #15

Here's Rob Kaper's and Aaron Seigo's priceless KC KDE #15. Select your choice of mailing-list sublimate: style code maintainance rockades, PIM roadmaps, multithreading, GCC3 issues, and much more.

JUN
27
2001

Trolltech: No-Charge License for Qt/Windows

Trolltech, creators of the excellent cross-platform GUI library Qt on which KDE is based, announced today a new license for Qt/Windows. Called the Qt Non Commercial license version 1.0, it permits developers of non-commerical software to develop with and distribute the Windows version of Qt for free.

JUN
27
2001

KOffice 1.1beta3 is Out!

KOffice 1.1beta3 has been announced. Although only a beta, this version should be more stable and feature-complete than previous versions of KOffice. A changelog versus KOffice 1.0 is available as well as an incremental changelog since the last beta.

JUN
25
2001

People behind KDE: Michael Goffioul

Long time follower and developer Michael Goffioul is our final guest on the People Behind KDE before the summer break. Michael is the one responsible for a very important new feature of KDE 2.2: the printing system. Thank you, Michael, for tackling this thorny issue.

JUN
25
2001

People behind KDE: Martin Jones

The moment has come for the last two interviews Tink has prepared for us before the great summer break. The first interview features the KDE veteran Martin Jones, whose brain children wander daily on the screens of our KDE boxes, in the form of screensavers. You might also be enjoying his adorable little toy dubbed AMOR.

JUN
23
2001

KDE Plans Large Presence at LinuxTag 2001

LinuxTag 2001 is the largest Linux and Open Source exhibition in Europe. Last year over 17,000 visitors and 100 exhibitors attended the event. This year's event will be hosted in Stuttgart, Germany from July 5 through July 8. The KDE Team will have a large presence there, including several presentations and workshops, a large number of KDE developers, and of course the KDE mascot Konqi. Read the press release below.

JUN
21
2001

Kernel Cousin KDE #14

Brought to you by Aaron and Rob, this week's edition of KC KDE covers everything from the elusive KDE League to Kamera, music applications (Brahms, noteedit, Rosegarden), and details on a new keybindings scheme that exploits the Windows keys.

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