Synonyms for kontact or Related words with kontact
Examples of "kontact"
team, the Kolab consortium, and several independent KDE PIM developers then worked together to enhance
by integrating the Kroupware functionality and making Kolab the primary
Daniel Molkentin, Cornelius Schumacher and Don Sanders then formed the core
team. The KMail and container application changes were imported into the KDE source repository, and
was released as part of KDE 3.2.
KDE PIM applications can also be combined into
framework, where they appear as a single application with tighter integration. As applications are the same,
is also a supported application.
The Kolab Enterprise packages are still actively being developed and tested on
3.5. A version based on
4 is available but not yet recommended for regular use.
In popular terms, however, "
" often refers to the whole set of "KDE PIM" applications. These days many popular Linux distributions such as Kubuntu hide the individual applications and only place "
KDE SC 4.12 was released on 18 December 2013.
received substantial improvements.
The first SC 4 release of
was officially shipped with KDE 4.1. That release did not use Akonadi. Since then the
components have been gradually migrating towards Akonadi. The first stable version of KDE PIM using Akonadi was released together with KDE 4.6.4 in June 2011.
Along with the KDE Software Compilation 4 life cycle,
moved to Akonadi for storing its data, when in the past every
component implemented the storage technologies itself. Akonadi is currently mostly developed by the "KDE PIM" team, but its design is done in an agnostic way and thus not depending on KDE technologies.
Don Sanders created the missing mail client component by modifying the KMail application. He then integrated the mail client component with the other components, and the groupware container application, assembled and released the initial
packages, and created the initial
KDE SC 4.10 was released on 6 February 2013. Many of the default Plasma widgets were rewritten in QML, and Nepomuk,
and Okular received significant speed improvements.
4.11 was released on 14 August 2013.
and Nepomuk received many optimizations. The first generation Plasma Workspaces entered maintenance-only development mode.
got support for various groupware servers, and Kopete was integrated into
. KMail gained the ability to store passwords securely in KWallet. KPDF gained the ability to select and copy and paste text and images from PDFs, along with many other improvements. The update added a new application, Akregator, which provides the ability to read news from various RSS-enabled websites all in one application.
Additionally a news component was created from the KNode application by KDE developer Zack Rusin, and
was modified to support an array of mainly web based suites of collaboration software.
Plasma Active is a software bundle for devices with touchscreens. It not only encompasses a Plasma Workspace but also includes several applications such as
Touch and a document viewer based on Calligra Suite.
It is used either via its native web-interface, making access platform-independent, or by using different supported groupware clients, such as
, Novell Evolution, or Microsoft Outlook. It can also be used by mobile phone or PDA via SyncML.
The software development and consulting companies Intevation GmbH of Germany and the Swedish KDAB use Qt and KDE software – especially
and Akonadi for Kolab – for their services and products, therefore both employ KDE developers.
Client side GroupDAV implementations exist for KDE
, Evolution, Thunderbird and Outlook, work on the Mozilla Calendar Project is in progress. Servers include OpenGroupware.org, SOGo, the Citadel system and eGroupWare. In addition WebDAV + CalDAV + CardDAV server is implicitly a GroupDAV v2 server.
One product, the Multy
spring grip socket (3-pin plug), soon became a market leader and the British Engineering Standards Association (BESA) changed standards to adopt this new product. By 1923 demand for these new products was growing rapidly and new production facilities were built in Edmonton, London. The company was then renamed MK Electric after its flagship product.
During the construction of the
application suite, the Kolab groupware server was being worked on by Erfrakon, Intevation.net and Klarälvdalens Datakonsult simultaneously and was completed at approximately the same time. This work was done as part of the Kroupware project that also involved modifying the KMail and KOrganizer applications to enhance them with additional groupware features.
The Electronics in the Actros 1 are networked via Controller Area Network (CAN) in a system known as IES (Integrated Electronics System) with the instrument cluster as the Central Gateway (CGW) or the interphase. In the Actros 2 and 3 the electronics are networked also by CAN in a system known as
(Concept of the Electronic systems in the Actros).
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