Germany-funded Linux software arriving
Posted on: 01/30/2003 11:50 PM
CNET News has posted an article on KDE 3.1
KDE, one of the major interfaces designed to make Linux slick looking and easier to use, has been upgraded, an effort that includes the first results of work funded by the German government. Read more
The software comes from the Kroupware project, bankrolled by the German government to build open-source software that can substitute for Microsoft's Exchange and Outlook. Though the first elements have appeared in the new KDE 3.1 software, more will arrive in 3.2 later this year, said Andreas Pour, president of the KDE League.