< Scratchpad | www-reworkRevision as of 11:41, 17 January 2010 by Einar (talk | contribs) (Add Cantor data)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Contents 1 Module kdeaccessibility 1.1 kmag 1.2 kmousetool 1.3 kmouth 1.4 ksayit 1.5 ktts 2 Module kdeadmin 2.1 kcron 2.2 kdat 2.3 knetworkconf 2.4 ksystemlog 2.5 ksysv 2.6 kuser 3 Module kdebase 3.1 dolphin 3.2 kappfinder 3.3 kdepasswd 3.4 kdialog 3.5 keditbookmarks 3.6 kfind 3.7 kinfocenter 3.8 konqueror 3.9 konsole 3.10 kwrite 4 Module kdeedu 4.1 blinken 4.2 cantor 4.3 kalgebra 4.4 kalzium 4.5 kanagram 4.6 kbruch 4.7 kgeography 4.8 khangman 4.9 kig 4.10 kiten 4.11 klettres 4.12 kmplot 4.13 kstars 4.14 ktouch 4.15 kturtle 4.16 kwordquiz 4.17 marble 4.18 parley 4.19 rocs 4.20 step 5 Module kdegames 5.1 bomber 5.2 bovo 5.3 granatier 5.4 kapman 5.5 katomic 5.6 kbattleship 5.7 kblackbox 5.8 kblocks 5.9 kbounce 5.10 kbreakout 5.11 kdiamond 5.12 kfourinline 5.13 kgoldrunner 5.14 kigo 5.15 killbots 5.16 kiriki 5.17 kjumpingcube 5.18 klines 5.19 kmahjongg 5.20 kmines 5.21 knetwalk 5.22 kolf 5.23 kollision 5.24 konquest 5.25 kpat 5.26 kreversi 5.27 ksame 5.28 kshisen 5.29 ksirk 5.30 kspaceduel 5.31 ksquares 5.32 ksudoku 5.33 ktron 5.34 ktuberling 5.35 kubrick 5.36 lskat 5.37 palapeli Module kdeaccessibility kmag Screenshot sent: Name: Kmag (KMagnifier) Description: KMagnifier (or kmag, its unix name) is a small utility for Linux to magnify a part of the screen. It was initially written for KDE 1, before becoming dormant. The development was then picked up by me and KMagnifier got its new life. It is currently being maintained/developed actively. KMagnifier is very useful for people with visual disabilities and for those working in the fields of image analysis, web development etc. Features (optional): Homepage: http://kmag.sourceforge.net/ ID on kde-apps.org: Page on Userbase: ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: Link to handbook: http://kmag.sourceforge.net/doc.html IRC channel(s): Mailing lists: Project name on cia.vc: Bugzilla component: kmousetool Screenshot sent: Name: KMouseTool Description: KMouseTool is a Linux-based KDE program. It clicks the mouse for you, so you don't have to. KMouseTool works with any mouse or pointing device. Features: Clicking Dragging Homepage: http://accessibility.kde.org/aids/kmousetool.php ID on kde-apps.org: Page on Userbase: http://accessibility.kde.org/aids/kmousetool.php ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: Link to handbook: IRC channel(s): Mailing lists: Project name on cia.vc: Bugzilla component: kmouth ksayit ktts Screenshot sent: Name:KTTS Description: KTTS -- KDE Text-to-Speech -- is a subsystem within the KDE desktop for conversion of text to audible speech. KTTS is currently under development and aims to become the standard subsystem for all KDE applications to provide speech output. User Features: Speak any text from the KDE clipboard. Speak any plain text file. Speak all or any portion of a text file from Kate, including instances where Kate is embedded in another KDE application. Speak all or any portion of an HTML page from Konqueror. Use as the speech backend for KMouth and KSayIt. Speak KDE notifications (KNotify). Long text is parsed into sentences. User may backup by sentence or paragraph, replay, pause, and stop playing. Audio output via aRts, GStreamer (version 0.8.7 or later), or aKode. User-configurable filters for substituting misspoken words, choosing speech synthesizers, and transforming XHMTL/XML documents. Programmer Features Priority system for screen reader outputs, warnings and messages, while still playing regular texts. Plugin-based architecture for support of a wide variety of speech synthesis engines and drivers. Permit generation of speech from the command line (or via shell scripts) using the KDE DCOP utilities. Provide a lightweight and easily usable interface for applications to generate speech output. Applications need not be concerned about contention over the speech device. FUTURE: Provide support for speech markup languages, such as VoiceXML, Sable, Java Speech Markup Language (JSML), and Speech Markup Meta-language (SMML). FUTURE: Provide limited support for embedded speech markers. Asynchronous to prevent system blocking. Homepage: http://accessibility.kde.org/developer/kttsd/ ID on kde-apps.org: 18806 Page on Userbase: http://accessibility.kde.org/developer/kttsd/ ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdeaccessibility/kttsd/index.html IRC channel(s): #kde-accessibility Mailing lists: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-accessibility Project name on cia.vc: Bugzilla component: Module kdeadmin kcron kdat knetworkconf ksystemlog ksysv kuser Screenshot sent: Name: Kuser Description: KUser is a tool that helps the system adminstrator to manage the system's users and groups. Features (optional): User and group creation and edition Easy password and group management for each user Homepage: No ID on kde-apps.org: No Page on Userbase: KUser ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: No Link to handbook: The KUser handbook IRC channel(s): No Mailing lists: No Project name on cia.vc: kuser Bugzilla component: Module kdebase dolphin Screenshot sent: Screenshot of Dolphin Name: Dolphin Description: (can be HTML or wiki markup) Dolphin is a lightweight file manager part of the KDE Software Collection of applications. It has been designed with ease of use and simplicity in mind, while still allowing flexibility and customisation. This means that you can do your file management exactly the way you want to do it. Features (optional): Navigation Bar Dolphin features a navigation (or breadcrumb) bar for URLs, allowing you to quickly navigate through the hierarchy of files and folders. View Styles and Properties Dolphin supports several different kinds of view styles and properties and allows you to configure the view exactly how you want it. Split Views Dolphin supports a split view, allowing you to easily copy or move files between locations. Dockable Panels Additional information and shortcuts are available as dock-able panels, allowing you to move them around freely and display exactly what you want. Other features: Multiple tab support Informational dialogues are displayed in an unobtrusive way. Undo/redo support Transparent network access through the KIO system. Homepage: http://dolphin.kde.org ID on kde-apps.org: n/a Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Dolphin ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 66 (Workspace forum) Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdebase-apps/dolphin/index.html IRC channel(s): Mailing lists: Project name on cia.vc: http://cia.vc/stats/project/kde/dolphin Bugzilla component: dolphin kappfinder kdepasswd kdialog Screenshot sent: no Name: KdialogDescription: [can be HTML or wiki markup] Kdialog allows you to display dialog boxes from shell scripts. The syntax is very much inspired from the "dialog" command (which shows text mode dialogs). Features (optional): Homepage: ID on kde-apps.org: [none] Page on Userbase: [empty] ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 108 Link to handbook: http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Shell_Scripting_with_KDE_Dialogs IRC channel(s): Mailing lists: Project name on cia.vc: Bugzilla component: general keditbookmarks kfind kinfocenter konqueror konsole kwrite Module kdeedu blinken cantor Name: Cantor Description: Cantor is a front-end to powerful mathematics and statistics packages. Cantor integrates them into into the KDE Platform and provides a nice, worksheet-based, graphical user interface. Features (optional): Support for four different environments (Maxima, R, SAGE, KAlgebra) Possibility to retrieve and share worksheets through Get Hot New Stuff Integration of the selected environment's help in the user interface Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/cantor ID on kde-apps.org: none Page on Userbase: [empty] ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21 Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdeedu/cantor/index.html IRC channel(s): #kde-edu Mailing lists: [email protected] Project name on cia.vc: kde/cantor Bugzilla component: cantor kalgebra kalzium kanagram kbruch kgeography khangman kig kiten klettres kmplot Screenshot sent: Name: KmPlot Description: KmPlot is a program to draw graphs, theit integrals or their derivations. It supports different systems of coordinates like the carthesic or the polar system. The graphs can be colorized and the view is scalable, so that you are able to zoom to the level you need. Features (optional): please add features-section Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/kmplot/ ID on kde-apps.org: none Page on Userbase: http://edu.kde.org/kmplot/ ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21 Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeedu/kmplot/index.html IRC channel(s): #kde-edu Mailing lists: [email protected] Project name on cia.vc: kde/kmplot Bugzilla component: kmplot kstars ktouch kturtle kwordquiz marble parley Screenshot sent: no Name: Parley Description: [can be HTML or wiki markup] Parley is a program to help you memorize things. Parley supports many language specific features but can be used for other learning tasks just as well. It uses the <a href=\"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaced_repetition\">spaced repetition</a> learning method, also known as flash cards. Creating new vocabulary collections with Parley is easy, but of course it is even better if you can use some of our premade files. Have a look at the <a href=\"http://kde-files.org/index.php?xcontentmode=687\">KDE-Files.org</a> page or use the \"Download New Collections\" feature directly. Features (optional): Different test types Mixed Letters (order the letters, anagram like) to get to know new words Multiple choice Written tests - type the words (including clever correction mechanisms) Example sentences can be used to create 'fill in the gap' tests Article training Comparison forms (adjectives and/or adverbs) Conjugations Synonym/Antonym/Paraphrase Fast test setup with all options in one dialog More than two languages (for example English, Chinese Traditional and Chinese Simplified) Find words (also by word type) quickly Easy lesson management Premade vocabulary files ready to use Share and download vocabulary using Get Hot New Stuff Open XML file format (shared with KWordQuiz, Kanagram and KHangMan) that can be edited by hand and is easily usable with scripts Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/parley ID on kde-apps.org: 66741 Page on Userbase: [empty] ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21 Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeedu/parley/index.html IRC channel(s): #kde-edu Mailing lists: [email protected], [email protected] Project name on cia.vc: kde/parley Bugzilla component: parley rocs step Module kdegames bomber bovo granatier kapman katomic kbattleship kblackbox kblocks kbounce kbreakout kdiamond kfourinline kgoldrunner kigo killbots kiriki kjumpingcube klines kmahjongg kmines knetwalk Screenshot sent: Name: KNetWalk Description: KNetWalk is a small game where you have to build up a computer-network by putting the rigth wires into the right order. When the network is build, a highscore-list comes up where competitions can be fought out. Features (optional): add features section Homepage: http://games.kde.org/game.php?game=knetwalk ID on kde-apps.org: none Page on Userbase: [empty] ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21 Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdegames/knetwalk/index.html IRC channel(s): #kdegames Mailing lists: [email protected] Project name on cia.vc: kde/knetwalk Bugzilla component: knetwalk kolf kollision konquest kpat kreversi ksame kshisen ksirk kspaceduel ksquares ksudoku ktron ktuberling kubrick lskat palapeli Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Scratchpad/www-rework/Batch1&oldid=963" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.