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Developer Linux News for Feb 08, 2002

  • KDE::Enterprise: Interview with TrustCommerce (Feb 08, 2002, 23:26)
    "Since most of our tools (CRM, contact lists, account management, etc) are managed through web-based software, the availability of local apps are less important. KMail, Konqueror, KOrganizer, and Kate are the most used (roughly in that order). None of them have all the features everyone wants. But they are clean, slick, and have a consistent look."

  • NewsForge: Review: Quasar Linux accounting software is perfect for your small business (Feb 08, 2002, 20:38)
    "The base package of Quasar is a no-brainer, so easy to use that if you decided to go into business for yourself tomorrow, never having done before, you'd be able to make sense of this application in less than an hour, even if you're coming straight from Windows."

  • KDE Core Services: Trouble In Paradise (Feb 08, 2002, 19:34)
    "As many people will have noticed, things haven't been too rosy in the KDE world for the last few days. Virtually all of our critical services have been broken, including cvs, mailing lists, mail addresses and a number of web sites (such as Unsurprisingly, this has meant that KDE 3.0 Beta 2 (originally scheduled for Monday) has been delayed."

  • Linux 2.5.4-pre3 Released (Feb 08, 2002, 18:03)
    Changelog, link within.

  • O'Reilly .NET Devcenter: Miguel on Mono (Feb 08, 2002, 17:16)
    "Mono's next major milestone will be to have smart clients running on Linux by June 2002, Miguel said. He is optimistic that there will be Windows Forms applications developed on Windows running on Linux by this summer."