Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
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zdnet.com: There’s always something to be thankful for and I’m thankful for the ability to select a classic version of my favorite desktop interfaces.
martys.typepad.com: Today I'd like to introduce Klipper, easy, small and very useful tool included in KDE Workspace since...well, always. That's the scissors icon sitting in the systray area. Basically it is a history of your clipboard but it can do much more.
linuxbsdos.com: There are perhaps hundreds of KDE Linux distributions available, and like an active volcano, more are “erupting” at a rate that is tough to keep pace with. That is where this article comes in, to bring to your attention the best Linux distributions that use KDE.
datamation.com: The KDE 4 release series is nearly four years old. Yet many users still maintain that the KDE 3 series delivers a faster, more efficient, and more customizable desktop.
martys.typepad: For the first part of this blogseries I picked Dolphin. A basic application, that lets you do file management. Dolphin is very powerful application, so let's have a look at what all you can do with it.
linuxbsdos.com: But looks aside, I want a desktop that does not get in my way, one that makes it easy to get to stuff I need in a user-friendly manner. In the Stackfolder and the Takeoff Launcher, I think I have found two very cool reasons to embrace KDE 4.
kdenews.org: For people who prefer the KDE 3.5-style desktop, a new version of the Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) has been released. Trinity is a continuation of the KDE 3.5 Desktop Environment with ongoing updates and new features.
osnews.com: In the commercial software world, user interfaces are generally designed by one group. Linux is different. Linux lets people create what they want. You're in control!
martin-graesslin.com: Today I read a news post about the KDE 3.5 fork Trinity and it was discussed that you should use it because of the bad performance of KWin. So to me it sounds like the author of said news article things it is a better idea to run the KDE 3.5 fork.
kde.org: Today KDE released updates for its Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform. These updates are the third in a series of monthly stabilization updates to the 4.7 series. 4.7.3 updates bring many bugfixes and translation updates on top of the latest edition in the 4.7 series and are recommended updates for everyone running 4.7.0 or earlier versions.
phoronix.com: While KDE 4.0 has been around for nearly four years (and most complaints regarding the initial KDE4 fallout have been addressed) and the last KDE 3.5 stable snapshot (v3.5.10) came three years ago, the Trinity Desktop Environment has issued an official release today to keep the KDE 3.5 desktop living.
txwikinger.me.uk: Since the inception of Gnome, there seems to have been a never ending flame war about desktops in the FLOSS community. I am really getting tired of it, because it not only is boring, but also continuously diverts us from being productive.
itechreport.com.au: This was supposed to be a review of the new Ubuntu release (Oneiric Ocelot), however the only thing the new Ubuntu did not do to me was jump out kick me in the head. Instead, I decided to look at Kubuntu, the Ubuntu varient using the KDE desktop.