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Five is a four letter word

and it starts with f… While looking at the future of the KDE Platform Frameworks here in Randa, Switzerland, a lot of interesting things has been found in kdelibs and kdepimlibs KSortableList KTypeList KAscii that no one knew what was

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Barcodes, Weather and other nice things

Long time no blogging. Earlier, I wrote a blog post about transporting data to mobile phones. I have since then extracted the Data Matrix code I wrote there into a separate library, prison and added support for QR Code as

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Previous weekend in Debian KDE land

3 interesting small things happened in the weekend. Due to the hard work of mostly Florian Reinhard and George Kiagiadakis, Bluedevil is now available. Bluedevil is a new and improved bluetooth handling thing targetted the KDE Workspaces. The Debconf people

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Transport data easily to mobile phones

I guess we all have the challenge of how to easily get a link or a phone number or some other strings of data from the computer to the mobile phone. With the help of mobile barcodes and klipper, this

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debconf kde frontend

I wrote another blog post a while back talking about Debconf kde frontend. I spend some days at akademy looking at it, and then refined it a bit when I got home. Results: perlqt is in unstable and soon in

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The Debian-KDE specific things II

I wrote a bit ago a blog post about what debian kde is missing of distribution specific things Some of the more important things includes: A Qt based debian installer Tools to manage 3rd party modules and firmware and such

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The Debian-KDE specific things ?

So. I was wondering, which nice distro specific tools do exist in debian/gnome or in $other/kde that debian/kde is missing? We have kalternatives for managing alternatives, we have a update notifier frontend in progress and after google summer of code,

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Debian Qt/KDE Maintainers bugs

A while ago, something happened to the bugs reported against KDE in debian. It is best illustrated like this: I’ve chosen to name it Eckhart slope. Thanks. For full graphs, see http://alioth.debian.org/~pusling-guest/pkg-kde-buggraphs/

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A Qt frontend to aptitude as a GSoC project?

I’m currently trying to convince (and hopefully succeeding) Daniel Burrows to co-mentor a Qt frontend for aptitude. But for that a student is needed. http://wiki.debian.org/SummerOfCode2010/Aptitude-Qt for first draft of project. http://wiki.debian.org/gsoc for information about GSoC and debian and #debian-soc on

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for my irc fans

-!- You’re now known as svuorela

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