NewsForge: KDE and OpenSync Develop KitchenSync to Replace Kpilot
Dec 16, 2005, 16:45 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Developers of the K Desktop Environment (KDE) have teamed with
those at the OpenSync project to produce a graphical interface
called KitchenSync to replace the KPilot PDA sync tool beginning
with the release of KDE 4.
"KDE developers made the decision to drop the current
synchronization code, including KPilot, an older application also
called KitchenSync, KSync, Kandy, and libksync, earlier this year
in Spain at the aKadamy conference, just days after a
SUSE-sponsored coding session in Nuremberg, Germany, where the
KitchenSync interface was developed..."