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11.01.2009 Alexander Dymo (adymo): KDE 4.2 Review From Inside Out. Part 1
PrologueIt's probably the first time in my life when I'm writing a post with a word "Review", but looks like it's a perfect time to start doing that. Right now I desperately need to tell the world about KDE4, or to be precise, soon to be released KDE 4.2. This is going to be the first "real" release targeted not only at KDE developers and enthusiasts, but at general public - all the people who eagerly waited for the next KDE desktop to arrive. With this review I'd like to let people know that the KDE 4 is ready and to once again celebrate the hard work of all the people who put tremendous effo...
20.03.2008 Стартовал русскоязычный проект открытой документации OpenDN
Запущен проект по созданию открытой документации для разработчиков на русском языке -- Open Development Notes...
28.02.2008 Tom Albers: Trying CentOS
One of the results of the weekend in FOSDEM was that I wanted to try CentOS. After downloading the DVD (5.1), the installation within VirtualBox went very smooth. It gives you the options 'GNome Desktop', 'KDE Desktop' or 'Server'. Although I'm testing it for the last option, I, of course, picked the second, just to see what it looks like. After installation and the usual wizzard for the usual stuff, it started KDE 3.5.4. The panel at the bottom showed some icons to the OpenOffice.org applications and an icon for 'E-mail and managing calanders'. I clicked on it and... voila it started... EVOL...
18.08.2008 About Help, Wikis and Firefox Qt
It now uses the help-browser icon instead of the old crystal one. The style templates are fixed, glossary now also comes with KDE 4 style and the old introduction stuff got removed completely.
19.08.2008 Nokia helps port Firefox to Qt
The Firefox web browser has been ported to the Qt widget toolkit through a collaborative development effort by Nokia and Mozilla.
04.09.2008 Google Chrome for Mac: It’s Already Here, and It’s Smoking Fast | Team Fusion
With Desktop Virtualization and Unity, it really doesn't matter what operating system your applications want to run on. Case in point: the new Google Chrome browser, which is only Windows-flavored for the moment. Link: VMware: Team Fusion: Google Chrome for...
16.08.2012 Associating Firefox Profiles with KDE Activities
As a heavy user of the Activities feature, I’ve always had two major itches. One was addressed when KDE 4.9 finally brought the ability to set activity window rules. The other was how only some applications had the necessary (XSMP) compliance to work properly with activities and its session restoring – in particular, a lack of compliant web browsers. In fact, to date, the only apparently fully XSMP compliant web browser I know of is Konqueror, full stop. And while Konqueror is a pretty decent browser, its lack of a Firebug-esque DOM inspector made it increasingly inadequate for my...
23.01.2009 Alexander Dymo (adymo): KDE 4.2 Review From Inside Out. Part 2: Applications
PrologueI didn't expect the previous part of this review to be so popular. Huge thanks to everyone who read, linked and commented it!I know I promised you to write about KDE4 applications, so without further ado, here is the continuation.Table of Contents:DolphinKonquerorKonsoleKMailAkregatorKGetGwenview and OkularGrand ConclusionDolphinI'd like to start my applications review with Dolphin, as it was the most prominent change in the applications area. It was planned to make Dolphin the default file manager since KDE3, but I never tried it then. I got Dolphin with 4.1 and started using it.Proba...
12.02.2009 PCLinuxOS 2009 Beta 3 Released
""This beta features kernel 220.127.116.11, KDE 3.5.10, OpenOffice.org 3.0, Firefox 3.0.5, Thunderbird 18.104.22.168, KTorrent, Amarok, Flash, Java JRE, Compiz Fusion 3D and much more.
24.03.2008 RE: Konqueror, and KDE reinventing every wheel?
"Many KDE users tend to take the Konqueror Web browser for granted, but that's a mistake. Konqueror may not be able to replace Firefox as a Web browser for every site, but it does a lot more than just simple browsing." Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Sep 2006 18:23 UTC "Many KDE users tend to take the Konqueror Web browser for granted, but that's a mistake.