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KDE News Archives

Road to KDE 4: CMake

Covered this week in the road to KDE 4.0 is CMake. CMake is now being used as the new build system for KDE, and it's a very welcome change. Read the article for more information.
22 February 2007

KDE 4.0: Okular and Ligature

KDE.News has posted another article that covers features that will be found in KDE 4.0. The information covered this week are the Okular and Ligature Document Viewers. This article goes fairly in-depth with the changes for these two document viewers in KDE 4.0 along with several interesting facts and a few screenshots.
14 February 2007

KDE 4.0 Phonon Multimedia

Another week, another article on the anticipated improvements for KDE 4.0. Covered in this week's KDE.News article is the Phonon multimedia technology. KDE's Phonon offers a consistent API to use audio/video within multimedia applications. This is yet another interesting article to take a look at.
6 February 2007

Amarok 1.4.5 Released

Amarok, the popular KDE media player, has reached version 1.4.5. New in Amarok 1.4.5 is an integrated Shoutcast stream directory, support for custom labels, Magnatune redownload manager, and improved sound quality when using the equalizer with Xine. Development of Amarok 2.0 for use with KDE 4.0 is also underway. Download links and information is available here.
5 February 2007

Kalzium and KmPlot

Covered this week in The Road To KDE 4 is coverage of Kalzium and KmPlot, which are both educational tools for KDE. While this edition isn't as interesting as some of the past news articles, educational tools are important for a successful desktop environment. The article can be read at KDE News.
31 January 2007

KDE 3.5.6 Released

KDE 3.5.6 has been released. While KDE 4.0 is under development, KDE 3.5.6 is yet another maintenance release. Among the improvements, however, in this latest KDE release is KHTML rendering improvements, 65 languages now supported, and bug-fixes in many of the applications. The release announcement can be found here.
25 January 2007

The Road to KDE 4, Again

Covered this week with The Road to KDE 4 is coverage of job progress being re-imagined. This week's entry is fairly interesting, and is worth reading over at KDE News.
24 January 2007

KDE 4 MacOS X Support

Another week, another new article about the road to KDE 4.0. This week's KDE.News article covers the full Mac OS X support that will be available for KDE 4.0. KDE/Mac allows the user to run KDE applications natively on Mac OS X.
16 January 2007

KDE 4 Explored: SVG Rendering

For every week until the release of KDE 4.0 later this year, KDE.news will highlight a feature or two per week in an article. The series of articles has been entitled The Road To KDE 4. The first of many articles in this series covers SVG rendering in applications.
3 January 2007

KDE 4 (3.80.2) Snapshot Released

The K Desktop Environment has released the second KDE 4 snapshot at version 3.80.2. KDE 3.80.2 compiles against Qt 4.2.0 and 4.2.1. Test packages are already available for Kubuntu. More can be found at KDE News.
2 November 2006

Amarok 1.4.4 Released

Amarok, the popular KDE media player, is now at version 1.4.4 with some enticing features. Amarok can now boast that it's the first open-source media player to offer native support for a DRM-free music store (Magnatune), and many other features and bug-fixes have also been included in this release. More information can be found at the Amarok KDE project site.
30 October 2006

KOffice 1.6 Released

KOffice 1.6 has been released with quite a few features. Krita, the KDE imaging application, now supports magnetic selection, effect layers, color model independence, and full scriptability -- the folks over at KDE now say that it's ready for professional image work. Kexi, the KDE database application, features over 270 improvements in this release. There were also improvements to KFormula. KOffice 1.6 is the last non-bugfix release until KOffice 2.0. The release announcement is over at KDE News.
17 October 2006

KDE Turns 10

Yesterday KDE (K Desktop Environment) turned 10! To mark this occasion there was an anniversary event at Technische Akademie Esslingen. At this event they discussed KDE's history as well as looked out to the future -- among the speakers were Matthias Ettrich and Klaus Knopper. More on the celebrations can be found over at KDE News.
14 October 2006

KDE 3.5.5 Released

As was mentioned earlier this week that the fifth maintenance release for the K Desktop Environment was about to surface, today KDE 3.5.5 has been formally released. New in KDE 3.5.5 are notable improvements to Kopete. Some of these KDE messenger improvements are support for Adium themes, performance improvements, and better support for Yahoo and Jabber protocols. Also changed in KDE 3.5.5 is sudo in kdesu, numerous speed improvements, and KHTML (Konqueror's HTML) rendering improvements. CUPS 1.2 is also supported from KDEPrint as well as many language improvements in this release. More on KDE 3.5.5 can be found in the release announcement.
11 October 2006

KDE 3.5.5 Coming

KDE 3.5.5 will be shipping later this week with several maintenance updates. This release will contain a great deal of bug fixes, improved language support, and a new version of Kopete. Stay tuned for this release in the next couple of days.
8 October 2006

KDE 4 (3.80.1) Developer Snapshot

The first development snapshot is now available for KDE 4. This first snapshot is at version 3.80.1.
18 August 2006

KDE v3.5.4 Released

A new maintenance release is out this morning for the KDE 3.5 series. KDE v3.5.4 brings a host of new features from fixes with the Konqueror HTML engine to KNetworkConf now supporting Fedora Core 5. The KDE press release for version 3.5.4 can be found here.
2 August 2006

KDE 3.5.3 Released

The KDE project has announced the immediate availability of KDE version 3.5.3. While by nature this would be a maintenance release, a few new features and enhancements were implemented in this latest release. The reason for these new implementations is the longer release cycle for KDE 4.0. Some of the significant enhancements include improving the KDE start-up time, 800 minor issues fixed, and small new features were implemented in a few different programs. More on the KDE 3.5.3 release is available in the release announcement.
1 June 2006

KOffice 1.5 Released

For those that are not fans of OpenOffice or AbiWord, KOffice is one of the popular alternatives for KDE users. Some of the implementations in the newly unleashed KOffice 1.5 is native support for OpenDocument File Format, Krita and Kexi improvements, and a fast paced development. The press release is available for KOffice 1.5. The contents of KOffice 1.5 include KWord, KSpread, KPresenter, Kivio, Kexi, Krita, Karbon14, and KPlato.
11 April 2006

KDE v3.5.2

The KDE Project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.5.2, a maintenance release for the latest generation of the most advanced and powerful free desktop for GNU/Linux and other UNIXes. KDE 3.5.2 ships with a basic desktop and fifteen other packages (PIM, administration, network, edutainment, utilities, multimedia, games, artwork, web development and more). KDE's award-winning tools and applications are available in 63 languages. More information is available at K Desktop Environment.
28 March 2006

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