LinuxToday.com.au: HelixCode for KDE?Aug 09, 2000, 05:38 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by hawkeyes)
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"What has Helixcode done for the GNOME project? It's provided a totally simplistic way to upgrade GNOME packages and add new packages, as well as provide some funky new icon and image art and a new buzz-word "Helixcode" for the Linux community. What is Inca going to attempt to do for KDE? I can see an upgrade scheme, I can see new and funky art, and I can see a trendy title."
"Inca seems to be the buzzword over at Kalliance (www.kalliance.org), an organisation which to all intents and purposes has only recently come under the public eye. Kalliance are also working on an email and daily contact management program, named Magellan, which indicates that they have their finger in a couple of very important Linux pies - the availability of an easy way to upgrade KDE, and the development of a comprehensive and user friendly email suite, which has been sadly lacking so far in the Linux world. Evolution is getting there, but at version 0.3, it still has a long way to go."
"Kalliance has released the preliminary specification sheet for Inca, as well as some very intriguing screenshots on their recently updated web site. The specs reveal some fascinating features of Inca, to rival the release of Helixcode's GNOME update system...."