Posts Tagged ‘KDE’

rekonq 0.7.0 now in updates-testing

Just a short heads up to let you all know that rekonq 0.7.0 is now in updates-testing for F14, F15, F16 and devel. rekonq 0.7.0 – General Cleanup – OpenSearch support (XML & JSON parsers) – Better cache management (WebKit Page Cache feature support) – Enhanced Private Browsing mode (needs KDE SC 4.6) – New […]

rekonq 0.3.0 in updates-testing

Just a quick heads-up that rekonq 0.3.0 has been pushed to updates-testing for F-10, F-11 and F-12 today. What’s new: – Final UI (just some elements missing) – new icon – multi windows support – KDE proxy setting support – “new tab home page” (tech preview) – Initial handbook added – tab previews – save […]

rekonq 0.2

Last weekend Orcan Ogetbil finished the review on rekonq (thanks again!). rekonq is a new web browser designed for KDE. It’s small, light-weight, built with Qt and based on WebKit. Here’s a screenshot: Currently it’s queued for -testing for F-10 [1] and F-11 [2] and can be installed from rawhide right away. Just a simple […]

KDE 4.3.1

Thanks to the Fedora KDE SIG, KDE 4.3.1 is now located in updates. That means that you can use your favorite package manager to update to the latest version of KDE. This version of KDE brings us many improvements in the kdepim section, many Kmail bugs have been fixed. To see what’s new in KDE […]

Fedora and KDE

If you would like to see more of KDE in Fedora then give Kevin Kofler a vote at the FESCo Elections. Do you want the KDE SIG to be represented in FESCo? Do you want KDE to get treated as a first-class citizen in Fedora? Do you want to stop the misleading abuse of the […]

KDE 4.2.85 (KDE 4.3 Beta 1)

Yesterday Rex Dieter announced the landing of KDE 4.2.85 in kde-redhat/unstable for Fedora 11 (Fedora 10 coming soon).  Since I like to live on the bleeding edge, I decided to give it a try. Installing it was fairly easy. You just have to make sure that you’ve got the kde-redhat repositories installed and that the […]

Fedora 10 and KDE 4.2.2

KDE 4..2.2 has been released yesterday! And for all the daredevils out there, Rex Dieter from the Fedora KDE SIG has pushed it into the KDE- RedHat (testing) repository’s for Fedora 10 (the updates also have been pushed to Rawhide). So if you are desperate to give it a try, follow the instructions on the […]

Hello planet!

Hello Planet, Here’s a short introduction to who I am. (I’m not a man of many words. ;)) I’m Eelko Berkenpies, 25/M/The Netherlands. I’m a Fedora / KDE / Amarok enthusiast and therefor my posts would be mostly about one of those. Recently I became a co-maintainer for taglib-extras, a new requirement for the upcoming […]

rekonq 0.0.4 rpm (packaging continues)

I bumped into a neat little browser for KDE called “rekonq”. It’s a browser designed for WebKit and KDE and it’s light weight, all big pluses for me. I like fast little browsers which just do what they are supposed to do (browse the web as fast as possible) like midori and Arora. Although I […]

Fedora 10 and KDE 4.2.1

Yay, KDE 4.2.1 has been released and already landed in the kde-redhat / testing repository’s. Thanks people of Fedora KDE SIG (Fedora KDE Special Interest Group)! Read the official announcement here: KDE 4.2.1 Release Announcement.  And check the changelog here: KDE 4.2.1 Changelog. For people who whould like to give it a try before it […]