KGet - KDE's Download Manager

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Download managers, although frowned upon by some, are often useful applications for those of us who download a lot of files, or are on slower connections and want to use a dedicated application (perhaps with some tricks up its sleeve) for the downloading of files.

KGet is KDE's resident dedicated download program and is capable of acting both as a download manager for the Konqueror browser, as well as ...

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Have your own OpenID URL without becoming a provider

Many services, such as AOL and myOpenID, provide OpenID accounts to use on whatever site that accepts them. You simply type in your OpenID url and hit Enter. But what if your given ID was randomly generated, or the username you wanted wasn't available?

I'd like to introduce a less-widely-known feature of OpenIDs: Delegation. Delegation allows you to have another URL point to your real OpenID. The best ...

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Epiphany switches to WebKit

In an announcement email this morning, the developers of the Epiphany web browser have announced that the next release will be based off of WebKit, and only WebKit.

We are a small team, with only one maintainer and a hand-full of
regular contributors. Maintaining the abstraction layer, and the Gecko
back-end require lot of effort and time. Much time alone is spent on
keeping up with Gecko API changes, and ...


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