This information was taken from the KDE FAQ. The K Desktop Environment, KDE, is a project begun by Matthias Ettrich in 1996. Its aim is to connect the power of Unix operating systems with the comfort of modern user interfaces; to bring Unix to the desktop! KDE is for all flavors of Unix. Most KDE developers use Linux, yet KDE runs smoothly on a wide range of systems. Some systems on which KDE runs: Linux
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The K Desktop Environment
KDE is a powerful graphical desktop environment for Unix workstations.
Searchable application site with the latest program releases, and software map.
Window manager with partial KDE compliant (KDE hint support).
KDE Accessibility Project
Purpose is to make the entirety of the K Desktop Environment and (by necessity) its underlying technologies usable by and as efficient as possible for disabled users of all types.
KDE Bug Tracking System
Bugzilla-driven database of Bug and Wishlist-Entries. Allows to search for existing Bugs and submit new items.
KDE Developers and Users Conference 2005 - "aKademy"
Held in Malaga/Spain. Provides the program, schedules, slides and ways to participate.
Dedicated to coordinating events and meetings; information on future events.
KDE Extra Gear
Collection of programs associated with, and part of, the project, but not part of the Distribution for various reasons. Lists projects, links to homepages.
A central exchange platform for all sorts of documents and document templates. The users can colaborate, discuss, vote and share documents.
Provides a place for users and developers to discuss topics around KDE.
KDE Mailing List Archives
Access the archives of related mail lists.
KDE Mailing Lists
All project mailing lists.
Source for up to date project news.
Official project contacts for many countries.
KDE Usability Project
Goals: improve system usability.
Information and documentation for the KDE desktop, applications, teams, events. Classified into three categories for users, developers and teams.
Dedicated to project women.
EyeCandy for your KDE Desktop. Visual Enhancements for your KDE Desktop: Wallpapers, Icons, Themes.
A lightweight time management program.
LinuxWiki.org - KDEkonferenz
This WikiWikiWeb is dedicated to plan and organize the KDE conference 2004.
KDE blogger aggregator site.
News about KDE, collected from various sources on the web. [RSS]
KDE Community World Summit 2004 "aKademy"
2004 KDE World Summit, code-named aKademy, in Ludwigsburg/Germany. It is spanning 9 days with an exciting program. (August 21, 2004)
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