26 Oct 2004 alejandro   » (Master)


- Drag and drop tabs in konqueror.
- Cut and paste in Konsole (btdownloadcurses/wget)
- Kde-volume-manager (the same gnome-volume-manager using libhal, sysfs, hotplugging, udev, qt-dbus/dcop and an additional kde application).
- KMail plugins. (like EPlugin in evolution)

Integration between desktops.

- Feeds reader: Use the same location to store the feeds and the configuration file with your rss url's. (akregator/blam/..).
- Mail applications: The same directory for mail. (kmail/evolution/..).
- Gtk styles in KDE or Qt styles in GNOME. (gtk-qt-engine or a posible qt-gtk-engine).
- Same global/local keybindings for applications.
- Integrate KDE applications in gnome-panel (both use the same freedesktop standards).


Miguel has posted some interesting notes about the Mono meeting in Boston.


- Filter the html contents.
- Follow chm links in the KHTMLPart.
- Toolbar.
- Some actions like: zoomIn, zoomOut, print a chm, ...
- Command Line.
- A new kchmListViewItem to enhance the view.


In two weeks we will celebrate the second GNOME meeting in Madrid, in the URJC. I will be talking about the freedesktop project.


It would be really useful to have a command line option to choose the workspace when your application is launched.

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