Science and the KDE Platform - An Interview with the KtikZ Developersview story

http://dot.kde.org – Many scientists use the LaTeX typesetting system as the preferred way to write publications. Among the various widely used add-ons, one special mention is the TikZ language, a powerful extension which is used to create publication-quality figures. Of course, like LaTeX, it takes its time to learn. (Software)

4 Things to Do After You Install KDEview story

http://www.tricksmachine.com – The KDE workspace is a unique experience not found with any other desktop environment or operating system. It is called Plasma and is fully integrated with a widget system and is easily themeable. When you first install KDE, it will already look beautiful, but half of the fun of a free and open source workspace is tweaking. (HowTos)

KDE 4.7 Beta 1 Releasedview story

http://www.kde.org – The 4.7 release will bring a number of exciting improvements: KWin, Plasma's window manager now supports OpenGL-ES 2.0, improving performance and deployability on mobile devices. Dolphin, KDE's flexible file manager has seen user interface improvements and now sports a better user experience for searching in files' metadata. KDM, KDE's login manager now interfaces with the Grub2 bootloader. (Software)

Fedora Linux 15 Releasedview story

http://fedoraproject.org – Fedora 15 brings KDE 4.6, GNOME 3.0, Xfxe 4.8, Firefox 4, LibreOffice 3.3, dynamic firewall, improved power management, consistent device naming scheme, systemd, and much more free and open source software (Distributions)

7 ways to switch activities in KDE Plasma desktopview story

http://hanschen.org – With virtual desktops you have many alternatives – you can use the Pager widget, desktop effects, keyboard shortcuts, switch desktop on screen edges etc. But what about activities? I counted the methods that I know and ended up with 7 different ways to switch activities (depending on how you count), all of which I’ll share in this post. Who knows, maybe you’ll find a new favorite? (HowTos)

Music player Amarok 2.4.1 "Resolution" releasedview story

http://amarok.kde.org – In version 2.4.1, they've fixed many bugs and corner-case crashes, so your Amarok will be more rock-steady than ever. Lyrics iPod handling both got some love, along with remote collections. Also, you can now better preview your changes in the Organize Collection feature. (Software)

KDE e.V. Publishes Final Report for 2010view story

http://dot.kde.org – KDE e.V., the non-profit organization that supports the KDE community in legal and financial matters, has just published its report for the fourth quarter of 2010 (pdf). The report summarizes KDE activities in the last three months on 2010, including sprints and trade shows attended by KDE contributors with the support of KDE e.V. (Software)

Kubuntu Linux Returns to Glory with 11.04view story

http://www.jlacroix.me – Since I have been testing Kubuntu for around a month now, I figured it would only be fitting that I follow up with a full review. The verdict? This is the best Kubuntu release in over three years. Read on to find out why. (Distributions)

KDE Commit Digest for 24 April 2011view story

http://dot.kde.org – In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Bluetooth tethering support and much bugfixing seen throughout NetworkManagement Further work on user management and public link sharing in OwnCloud amongst refactoring of the installation form layout, the media player and general bugfixing read more (Software)

Chakra GNU/Linux 2011.04 (Aida) Releasedview story

http://chakra-project.org – The Chakra Development Team is proud to announce the release of Chakra 2011.04 codenamed Aida. Two month passed since Chakra 2011.02. Now it is time for Aida to impress. We added kernel and lots of package updates. KDE got updated to 4.6.2 with our chakra-patches added, such as our hardware detection including the latest drivers. (Distributions)