Historical

That bugs me

Eric writes me the following: The KPilot that ships with [SuSE] 9.1 is buggier than the one in 9.0 (as seen with two different Palms, the V and the Zire 72) and may change the times of calendar dates, so be careful when you sync and make backups of your calendar files. And that bugs […]

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The Joys of CSS

Ah, the joy of CSS. I never knew them, Horatio. Or something like that. Yesterday, after Reinhold registered the kpilot.org domain, I decided that we’d need to update the site and give it more room to breathe; more room to reflect the ongoing development of KPilot. Since the frames-based design of the old KPilot website […]

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Sloans Teddy

Not much news recently, just plugging away at various buglets, incorporating patches, updating docs. The use-case “just hotsync to keep a backup of Pilot with no conduits” is shaping up well, finally. Finding the discipline to test stuff thoroughly is .. difficult. Testing KPilot is one of those things that really takes the fun out […]

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Bittersweet

Bright and shiny patches came in from several people over the past few days. Jörn, David, Sebastian all fixed minor irritations. Reinhold did his usual excellent work, implementing wizards and neat stuff. All this cheers me up no end. Thanks guys.

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Bitterness Prevails

Indeed it does. You know, folks, I get a couple of bugreports a day. Sometimes with thanks for the parts of KPilot that do work — and I am profoundly grateful for those thanks. Unfortunately, I don’t have much time for KPilot. I do my best to deal with troubles, but there’s a lot of […]

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Picking up the Pace

Ok, my new machine is installed (and amd64 running FreeBSD -CURRENT, which puts me firmly at the forefront of things-unstable). It runs KPilot 4.4.0 from KDE CVS HEAD, though, which is a good thing. Of course, having a new machine means spending lots of time figuring out its quirks and installing all that software that […]

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