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You can view and copy the source of this page. =Extragear multimedia= ==amarok== Screenshot sent: [[File:Amarok.png|200px|thumb|left]]<br> Name: Amarok<br> Description: '''Amarok''' is a free, versatile and powerful music player Features (optional):<br> * Dynamic playlists matching different criteria * Collection managing with rating support * Support for basic iPod, MTP and UMS music player devices * Integrated Internet services: last.fm, Magnatune, Jamendo, Ampache, mp3tunes and more. * Scripting support * Cover manager * Replay gain support (more at http://amarok.kde.org/en/features) Homepage: http://amarok.kde.org<br> ID on kde-apps.org: 9939<br> Page on Userbase: Amarok<br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 127<br> Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-multimedia/amarok/index.html<br> IRC channel(s): #amarok, #amarok.de<br> Mailing lists: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org<br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/amarok<br> Bugzilla component: amarok/general<br> ==k3b== Screenshot sent: [[File:K3B.png|200px|thumb|left|K3b CD and DVD burner]] Name: K3b Description: '''K3b''' is a full-featured, easy to use CD and DVD burner, copier, ripper and more. Features (optional): * Burn and Copy CDs and DVDs * Rip and Create audio CDs * Rip DVDs * Create mixed CDs (audio + data) * Create video CDs * etc.... Homepage: [http://k3b.plainblack.com/ K3b News - K3b] ID on kde-apps.org: 9875 Page on Userbase: [http://userbase.kde.org/K3b K3b] ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 19 Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-multimedia/k3b/index.html IRC channel(s): #k3b @irc.freenode.net Mailing lists: email@example.com Project name on cia.vc: kde/k3b Bugzilla component: k3b/general ==kaffeine== Screenshot sent: [[File:kaffeine.png|200px|thumb|left]] Name: Kaffeine <br/> Description: <p><b>Kaffeine</b> is a media player. What makes it different from the others is its excellent support of digital TV (DVB). Kaffeine has user-friendly interface, so that even first time users can start immediately playing their movies: from DVD (including DVD menus, titles, chapters, etc.), VCD, or a file.</p> Homepage: http://kaffeine.kde.org <br/> ID on kde-apps.org: 9802 <br/> Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Kaffeine <br/> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 40 <br/> Link to handbook: None <br/> IRC channel(s): #kaffeine on irc.freenode.net <br/> Mailing lists: firstname.lastname@example.org <br/> Project name on cia.vc: kde/kaffeine <br/> Bugzilla component: kaffeine/general ==kaudiocreator== Screenshot: 2 available: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/preview.php?preview=1&id=107645&file1=107645-1.png&file2=107645-2.png&file3=&name=KAudioCreator http://www.kde-apps.org/content/preview.php?preview=2&id=107645&file1=107645-1.png&file2=107645-2.png&file3=&name=KAudioCreator Name: <b>Kaudiocreator</b><br> Description: Ripping and encoding Audio-CDs, encoding files from disk<br> Features (optional): Easy, intuitive, CDDB lookup<br> Homepage: none<br> ID on kde-apps.org: 107645<br> Page on Userbase: none <br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 19<br> Link to handbook:<br> IRC channel(s): #kde-multimedia<br> Mailing lists: email@example.com<br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/kaudiocreator<br> Bugzilla component: none<br> == kmid == Screenshot sent:No<br>Name:kmid<br>Description: (can be HTML or wiki markup) KMid is a X11 / KDE based midi player for Linux and FreeBSD. <br>KMid displays the text of karaoke files and change its colour as it is being played so that the tune can be easily followed ! <br>Features (optional): KMid has a nice interface to display karaoke lyrics.<br>A channel view to see what notes is each instrument playing.<br>Supports external midi synths, AWE cards, FM output, and GUS (for the later, needs the Linux Ultrasound Project driver and gusd installed).<br>Powerful Midi Mapper that will make people with no general midi synths happier than ever :-).<br>Collections with unlimited number of songs !<br>Drag & drop so you can drop in KMid any midi file from a kfm window.<br>Customizable fonts for karaoke text to be displayed.<br>Supports the two standards to introduce lyrics in midi files, that is, lyrics or text events (and guess which one a song uses automatically)<br>Session Management. If a song is playing while you logout from KDE, the next time you login, the same song will start playing !<br>Can play some broken midi files which make other players core dump !<br>Can open gzipped files just as any other midi file.<br>A Volume bar to change the volume of the song.<br>Consumes approximately 0.1% of my CPU (depends on the complexity of the song)<br>Runs on Linux and FreeBSD (perhaps also other unices ...)<br>Homepage:http://developer.kde.org/~larrosa/kmid.html<br>ID on kde-apps.org:116404<br>Page on Userbase:http://userbase.kde.org/KMid2<br>ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:19<br>Link to handbook:http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-multimedia/kmid/index.html<br>IRC channel(s):#kde-multimedia<br>Mailing lists:http://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-multimedia<br>Project name on cia.vc:kmid<br>Bugzilla component:kmid ==kmplayer== ==kplayer== =Extragear network= ==kftpgrabber== ==kmldonkey== ==knemo== ==konversation== Screenshots: http://konversation.kde.org/?screenshots Name: <b>Konversation</b><br> Description: Konversation gives you speedy access to Freenode's IRC channels, where you will find support for most distributions. Its defaults are such that it needs no configuration other than telling it the name of your distribution channel, to get started. There is also a full manual on-line, and the home pages also have several screenshots, including one of the configuration screen. Konversation is part of KDE Extragear.<br> Features (optional): * Standard IRC features * SSL server support * Bookmarking support * Easy to use graphical user interface * Multiple servers and channels in one single window * DCC file transfer * Multiple identities for different servers * Text decorations and colors * OnScreen Display for notifications * Automatic UTF-8 detection * Per channel encoding support * Theme support for nick icons * Highly configurable <br> Homepage: http://konversation.kde.org/<br> ID on kde-apps.org: 9927<br> Page on Userbase: Konversation<br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 18<br> Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-network/konversation/index.html<br> IRC channel(s): irc://chat.freenode.net/konversation<br> Mailing lists: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/konversation-devel<br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/konversation<br> Bugzilla component: konversation<br> == ktorrent == Screenshot sent: [[File:Ktorrent.png|200px|thumb|left|KTorrent]] <br> Name: KTorrent<br>Description:<br> '''KTorrent''' is a bittorrent application for KDE which allows you to download files using the BitTorrent protocol. It enables you to run multiple torrents at the same time and comes with extended features to make it a full-featured client for BitTorrent. <br> Features (optional): Queuing of torrents Global and per torrent speed limits Previewing of certain file types, build in (video and audio) Importing of partially or fully downloaded files File prioritization for multi-file torrents Selective downloading for multi-file torrents Kick/ban peers with an additional IP Filter dialog for list/edit purposes UDP tracker support Support for private trackers and torrents Support for µTorrent's peer exchange Support for protocol encryption (compatible with Azureus) Support for creating trackerless torrents Support for distributed hash tables (DHT, the Mainline version) Support for UPnP to automatically forward ports on a LAN with dynamic assigned hosts Support for webseeds Scripting support via Kross and interprocess control via DBus interface. System tray integration Tracker authentication support Connection though a proxy Scripting support via Kross and interprocess control via DBus interface. In addition to the built-in functionality, there are some plugins available for KTorrent. <br> Homepage: http://ktorrent.org/ <br> ID on kde-apps.org: 26353 <br> Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/KTorrent <br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 18 <br> Link to handbook: http://ktorrent.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page <br> IRC channel(s): #ktorrent <br> Mailing lists: none <br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/ktorrent <br> Bugzilla component: ktorrent ==kwlan== =Extragear office= ==kile== Screenshot sent: [[File:Kile.png|200px|thumb|left|Kile TeX/LaTeX Editor]] Name:Kile Description: Kile is a user friendly TeX/LaTeX authoring tool for the KDE desktop environment. Features: * Compile, convert and view your document with one click. * Auto-completion of (La)TeX commands * Templates and wizards make starting a new document very little work. * Easy insertion of many standard tags and symbols and the option to define (an arbitrary number of) user defined tags. * Inverse and forward search: click in the DVI viewer and jump to the corresponding LaTeX line in the editor, or jump from the editor to the corresponding page in the viewer. * Finding chapter or sections is very easy, Kile constructs a list of all the chapter etc. in your document. You can use the list to jump to the corresponding section. * Collect documents that belong together into a project. * Easy insertion of citations and references when using projects. * Flexible and smart build system to compile your LaTeX documents. * QuickPreview, preview a selected part of your document. * Easy access to various help sources. * Advanced editing commands. Homepage:http://kile.sourceforge.net/ ID on kde-apps.org:9894 Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Kile ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 20 (Office & Productivity) Link to handbook:http://kile.sourceforge.net/Documentation/html/index.html IRC channel(s): ??? not available ??? Mailing lists: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Project name on cia.vc: kde/kile Bugzilla component: kile ==skrooge== ==tellico== =Extragear pim= ==ksig== ==mailody== =Extragear sdk= ==kdevplatform== Screenshot sent: no<br> Name: KDevPlatform<br> Description: KDevPlatform is a code-base for KDE-applications focused on development. It provides abstract interfaces for the management of projects, compilation, debugging, source-code-analyzing, source-code-editing, version-control-systems and any plugin you can imagine for such stuff. These APIs are very straight-forward and easy to use. KDevPlatform-plugins can be used in every application using KDevPlatform, for example KDevelop, Quanta, Kile and in future Gluon Creator (unfortunatey Plasmate does not use KDevPlatform). Some basic features which should be available in all those applications are also available: The mainwindow, a common user interface to manage projects and sessions and to display information which was extracted from source-code using a language-support-plugin, Kate-integration, some plugins for file-management (Konsole, quickopen...) and SVN support.<br> Homepage: http://www.kdevelop.org<br> Page on Userbase: none<br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 108<br> Link to handbook:<br> IRC channel(s): #kdevelop<br> Mailing lists: firstname.lastname@example.org<br> Project name on cia.vc: none<br> Bugzilla component: kdevplatform<br> ==kdevelop== Screenshot sent: yes<br> Name: KDevelop<br> Description: KDevelop is a powerful integrated development environment (IDE) for KDE providing excellent support for C++, CMake, Subversion and PHP.<br> Features (optional):<br> Features available for C++ and PHP:<br> Display problems in source-code<br> Show information about declarations (classes, functions, templates...) in libraries and your application<br> Intelligent auto-completion showing those methods which could be used in the current context including their signature and documentation<br> Show usages of declarations/rename them<br> context-specific highlighting<br> C++-specific:<br> Consideration of Qt's signals and slots by the auto-completion<br> Qt-Documentation<br> Unroll constants and typedefs (partial)<br> Create class dialog, which allows to select those methods which should be overloaded<br> PHP-specific:<br> Guess the type of variables<br> Show documentation from php.net<br> Other stuff:<br> Debugging using gdb<br> SVN integration<br> Manage CMake-targets and build them<br> CMake-auto-completion showing defined macros and variables<br> Kate-integration<br> Custom makefiles<br> Experimental (only those which are somehow usable):<br> QtDesigner support<br> Valgrind<br> xdebug (PHP-debugger)<br> Unit testing<br> Java, C#, CSS and XML support<br> Mercurial support<br> Homepage: http://www.kdevelop.org<br> ID on kde-apps.org: 10157<br> Page on Userbase: KDevelop<br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 108<br> Link to handbook:<br> IRC channel(s): #kdevelop<br> Mailing lists: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org<br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/kdevelop<br> Bugzilla component: kdevelop<br> ==kxsldbg== ==quanta== =Extragear sysadmin= ==kiosktool== ==partitionmanager== =Extragear utils= ==guidance-power-manager== ==katimon== == kdiff3 == Screenshot sent: [[File:Kdiff3.png|200px|thumb|left|KDiff3]]<br> Name: KDiff3 <br>Description: '''KDiff3''' is a tool for Comparison and Merge of Files and Directories. <br> Features (optional): compares or merges two or three text input files or directories, shows the differences line by line and character by character (!), provides an automatic merge-facility and an integrated editor for comfortable solving of merge-conflicts, supports Unicode, UTF-8 and other codecs, autodetection via byte-order-mark "BOM" supports KIO on KDE (allows accessing ftp, sftp, fish, smb etc.), Printing of differences, Manual alignment of lines, Automatic merging of version control history ($Log$), and has an intuitive graphical user interface. Windows-Explorer integration Diff-Ext-for-KDiff3 KDE-Konqueror service menu plugin Simplified integration with IBM-Rational-Clearcase for Windows (Details). Read what else is special in a short abstract (PDF). <br> Homepage: http://kdiff3.sourceforge.net/ <br> ID on kde-apps.org: 9807 <br> Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/KDiff3<br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: <br> Link to handbook: http://kdiff3.sourceforge.net/doc/index.html<br> IRC channel(s): <br> Mailing lists: <br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/kdiff3<br> Bugzilla component: kdiff3<br> ==kerry== ==keurocalc== ==kpager== ==krecipes== ==krusader== ==rsibreak== == yakuake == Screenshot sent: [[File:Yakuake.png|200px|thumb|left|Yakuake Terminal Emulator]] <br> Name: Yakuake<br>Description: '''Yakuake''' is a drop-down terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology. Features (optional): Smoothly rolls down from the top of your screen Tabbed interface Configurable dimensions and animation speed Skinnable Sophisticated DCOP / D-Bus interface Homepage: http://yakuake.kde.org/ <br> ID on kde-apps.org: 29153 <br> Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Yakuake <br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: <br> Link to handbook: <br> IRC channel(s): #yakuake <br> Mailing lists: <br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/yakuake <br> Bugzilla component: yakuake<br> =KOffice= ==karbon== ==kchart== ==kexi== ==kformula== ==kivio== ==kplato== ==kpresenter== Screenshot sent: [http://www.koffice.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/layouts.png From koffie.org] Name: KPresenter <br> Description: <br> '''KPresenter''' is an easy to use yet still flexible presentation application. You can easily create presentations containing a rich variety of elements, from graphics to text, from charts to images. KPresenter is extensible through a plugin system, so it is easy to add new effects, new content elements or even new ways of managing your presentation. Because of the integration with KOffice, all the power and flexibility of the KOffice content elements are available to KPresenter.<br> Features (optional): Multiple master slides easily switch between slides during a presentation Add notes for your slide Supports most ODF file transitions Homepage: http://www.koffice.org/kpresenter/screenshots/ <br> ID on kde-apps.org: none<br> Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/KPresenter <br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 96<br> Link to handbook:<br> IRC channel(s): #koffice<br> Mailing lists: email@example.com<br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/kpresenter<br> Bugzilla component: kpresenter == krita == '''Screenshot sent: '''yes (appologies for not including 20px of background. Due to dependency problems I can't currently build / install Krita to get a new screenie that matches this) '''Name:''' Krita '''Description:''' Krita is a bitmap imaging suite included as an integrated part of Koffice. It can be used for a range of image creation ranging from natural media painting, sketching and photo editing. It supports many image formats, colour modes and profiles. '''Features (optional):''' *Natural media paint tools *Non destructive filter layers *Filter brushes *Ability to combine both bitmap and vector art *Highly configurable interface *CMYK, LAB and other colour modes *A highly flexible brush engine *Tight integration with the rest of the Koffice suite. <br> '''Homepage:''' http://krita.org '''ID on kde-apps.org:''' 16550 '''Page on Userbase:''' http://userbase.kde.org/Krita '''ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:''' 136 '''Link to handbook:''' http://docs.kde.org/development/en/koffice/krita/index.html '''IRC channel(s):''' #krita '''Mailing lists:''' firstname.lastname@example.org '''Project name on cia.vc:''' kde/krita '''Bugzilla component:''' krita ==kspread== Screenshot sent: No <br> Name: KSpread <br> Description:<br> '''KSpread''' is a fully-featured calculation and spreadsheet tool. Use it to quickly create and calculate various business-related spreadsheets, such as income and expenditure, employee working hours… <br> Features (optional): Use shapes to take notes or mind maps large range of pre-defined templates comprehensive formula list work in a familiar environment (ehem...) Homepage: http://www.koffice.org/kspread/ <br> ID on kde-apps.org: none<br> Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/KSpread<br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 96<br> Link to handbook:<br> IRC channel(s): #koffice<br> Mailing lists: email@example.com<br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/kspread<br> Bugzilla component: kspread ==kword== Screenshot sent: [[File:New_wwwsite_kword.png|200px|thumb|left]] <br>Name: KWord<br>Description: '''KWord''' is an intuitive word processor and desktop publisher application. With it, you can create informative and attractive documents with pleasure and ease. <br> Features(optional): Frame-based editing Allows embedding of Documents Customization of user interface includes all features expected from a modern word processor Homepage: http://www.koffice.org/kword/ <br> ID on kde-apps.org: none<br> Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/KWord <br> ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 96<br> Link to handbook: <br> IRC channel(s): #koffice<br> Mailing lists: firstname.lastname@example.org<br> Project name on cia.vc: kde/kword<br> Bugzilla component: kword<br> Return to Scratchpad/www-rework/Batch2. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/Scratchpad/www-rework/Batch2"