Tuesday, May 20, 2008

KSlacky InfoPkg 1.6.1 Released!

I've released the 1.6.1 version of KSIP.
Since the last announcement (the 1.5) there alre lots of modification and features.
This is the first really usable and usefull version.
Go and check it!
KSlacky InfoPkg Official Site

Saturday, May 10, 2008

KSlacky InfoPkg 1.5 Released! forum up!

I'm pleased to release the 1.5 version of KSIP that provide full Qt4 code.
From the 1.5 KSIP will be implemented without KDE4 code, so you can also run the tool if you don't have kde installed on your system.

There are also many news:
First of all I want to introduce danix that is the project web designer and packager(when ksip will be stable).
He is doing a great work on the ksip official site and soon may be usable.
I've put online the official forum. So if you want to follow the development o talk with us you can go to:

That's all for the moment.
Enjoy downloading the new version of KSIP:


Monday, May 5, 2008

KSlacky InfoPkg on sourceforge!

I've created a project on sourceforge for KSlacky InfoPkg to make me able to have:
  • File Release Management
  • Statistics
  • News
  • Screenshots
  • Donation
  • Forums/if needed

From now the only way to download updated versions is from sourceforge


Edit on 05-May-2008:
Ops! I've forgot!
It's out the 1.4(beta) version, with option dialogs for install and upgrade packages ;)

Friday, May 2, 2008

KSlacky InfoPkg beta release!

I'm pleased to release the first beta version of KSlacky InfoPkg.
KSIP is an information tool that shows information on packages installed on your Slackware and provide a GUI wrapper for package managment offered by pkgtool.
The software is designed for Qt4/KDE4 and provide a full transparent user approach to package management of the system.

(click on the image to show the full size)

The program is still far to be complete, I have to correct the design of the user interface as suggested by alessiodf (www.slacky.eu community member).
Thanks to pinotree (#kde-devel-it user on irc.freenode.org) that explain to me a design concept to use ui files.
Thanks also to ksniffer (www.slacky.eu community member) that is my mentor in kde4 discovering ^_^

See you for next updates!