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 Hosting for Apps

 
 by liquidrock222 on: Jan 10 2004
 
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For anyone that needs a place to host their apps or looks, check out http://hosting.punboy.com

they have a free account that you can do all sorts of stuff on, and they dont have any ads. They're server is pretty fast too.


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 Re: Hosting for Apps

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 18 2004
 
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20 MB Bandwidth in the free account. Sorry that's a bad joke.

However the rest does not seem to be very expensive.


...my wife complained that I do not pay attention...or something like that...
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 Re: Re: Hosting for Apps

 
 by liquidrock222 on: Jan 31 2004
 
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True, but if yer hosting files for distribution here, I can up your bandwidth


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 new category?

 
 by lane on: Jan 25 2004
 
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hi all,

i like kde-apps.org a lot, but i think there's one category missing:
"application requests", a category where users may add a program they are looking for but which doesn't exist. that'd help users get all the applications they need and developers would find ideas for projects.

is this possible?

thanks in advance,
michael.


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 Re: new category?

 
 by shafff on: Feb 1 2004
 
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at least i'm looking for posibility ro change keyboard layout with thse keys:

short pressing right shift: english
short left shift: russian
Alt+=toggle language for a while


Nick Shafff, KDE Russian Translation Team
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 Flash for Linux

 
 by pivarac on: Feb 6 2004
 
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And now something completely different - at the address given below lies a GPL variant of Macromedia's Flash Editor, it's in early alpha, many things don't work yet, but it's got Flash-look&feel and looks very promising. Qt based, of course ;). Maybe ppl from KDE team could help in making this app? Would be kool.

http://f4l.sourceforge.net/


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 Re: Flash for Linux

 
 by PovMan on: Feb 6 2004
 
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It would be nice to have the flash player plugin have the sound and picture synchronized. Maybe it can happen as a result of this project?


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 Re: Re: Flash for Li

 
 by p0z3r on: Feb 6 2004
 
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Btw, anyone got flashplayer 6 working in mozilla on a mandrake box yet?
Mine never shows in the about:plugins.
=c\


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 Re: Re: Flash for Linux

 
 by L0rclA5CII on: Feb 7 2004
 
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What browser are you using? I've noticed the same issue with Konqueror (probably due to arts), but the sync in Mozilla was much better.


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 Re: Flash for Linux

 
 by shafff on: Feb 6 2004
 
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spalah.sf.net ?


Nick Shafff, KDE Russian Translation Team
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 Re: Flash for Linux

 
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 Re: Flash for Linux

 
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 Re: Flash for Linux

 
 by pivarac on: Feb 6 2004
 
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I believe these are different projects, 1st is kde- and 2nd gnome-based, but maybe joint efforts can result in faster progress. We need flash-editors, coz Macromedia, IMO won't release Linux version soon.


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 Re: Re: Flash for Li

 
 by p0z3r on: Feb 7 2004
 
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It kinda runs via wine.
-p0z3r


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 Re: Flash for Linux

 
 by pivarac on: Feb 7 2004
 
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Via wine, CrossOver Office, and similar stupid win-emulators, but do you really consider that a permanent solution? Wouldn't be better to have our own, GPLed flash-editor to work with? Or at least a Linux port? I personally would use any of these tools, as long as I do not have to emulate that crappy OS i abandonded for being crappy :) .


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 Re: Re: Flash for Li

 
 by p0z3r on: Feb 8 2004
 
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It all depends on perspective and this debate will never end. My point is that at least there _is_ a solution.
p0z3r


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 Re: Re: Flash for Linux

 
 by belze on: Feb 27 2004
 
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There is some Guy who try's to port Flash to Linux.
I cant remember the Name but I think I read about it on dot.kde.org.


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 Re: Re: Flash for Li

 
 by Ayurvedi on: Mar 30 2004
 
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Macromedia will port Flash on Linux before end of 2004...
This will be done in 2 stages: first a fully functional wine version, then a native port on Linux platform...

http://www.xmlmania.com/index_article_191-Macromedia-Flash-MX-coming-to-Linux-.php


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 Qt Contest

 
 by lane on: Feb 9 2004
 
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Philippsburg and Karlsruhe - February 9, 2004

QtForum.org, the independent Qt community Website launched October 2003,
today announced the QtForum.org Developer Contest. The subject for the
contest is edutainment. This QtForum.org Developer Contest is sponsored
by Trolltech as a part of the company's support of the open source
community.

The First prize for the QtForum.org Developer contest is USD1500, and
the second prize is USD750. Two Third prizes, the Judge's Choice Prize
and the Community Choice Prize, will each be awarded USD500.

"QtForum.org is responding to the need for a developer community for the
growing number of Qt developers out there," says QtForum.org's Community
Manager Christian Kienle. "The QtForum.org contest aims to bring Qt
developers together and challenge them to be creative with Qt in the
field of edutainment."

Eligible contest entries can be any English language version of an
original "edutainment" software application developed using Qt versions
3.2.3 or later. "Edutainment" software is software written to educate
the users while it entertains them. The software must be licensed under
an Open Source license.

The contest winners will be announced on the QtForum.org and Trolltech
Websites: http://www.qtforum.org and http://www.trolltech.com.

"We are very excited about the open source community's initiative to
establish an independent Qt community Website," said Matthias Ettrich,
Trolltech's Director of Software Development Desktop Platforms. "The
QtForum.org Edutainment Contest will help boost this excellent
initiative and we are looking forward to seeing many new Qt based
applications as a result."

The contest is open to individuals who are independent software
developers or to companies which are software developers. Developers may enter works created individually or in collaboration with
other eligible contestants. The deadline for submitting contest entries
is May 31.

For more information on the contest: http://contest.qtforum.org/


About Qt Forum
QtForum.org is a Qt community website founded in October 2003. The aim
is to build a community of developers who are using Qt for commercial or
non-commercial work. Since its start, QtForum.org has increased with
about 100 new members a month.

About Trolltech
Trolltech(r) is a software company with two flagship products: Qt(r) and
Qtopia(r). Qt is a multi-platform C++ application framework developers
can use to write single-source applications that run -- natively -- on
Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X and embedded Linux. Qt has been used to
build thousands of successful commercial applications worldwide, and is
the basis of the open source KDE desktop environment. Qtopia is the
first comprehensive application environment built for embedded Linux,
and is used in Sharp's line of Zaurus PDAs. Trolltech is headquartered
in Oslo, Norway, with offices in Brisbane, Australia, and Palo Alto,
California. More about Trolltech can be found at http://www.trolltech.com.

For further information, please contact:

Michael Goettsche
QtForum.org
michael.goettsche@qtforum.org

Tonje Sund
PR Manager Europe
Trolltech AS
press@trolltech.com


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