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George Staikos

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Issue #76, Section #3 (16 Apr 2004: KDE 3.2 Response [kde-core-devel])
Issue #76, Section #5 (16 Apr 2004: Type-ahead find for KHTML [kfm-devel])
Issue #71, Section #6 (14 Dec 2003: KDE application performance outside KDE session [kde-optimize])
Issue #66, Section #1 (4 Oct 2003: kdesupport is dead, long live kdesupport?)
Issue #66, Section #2 (4 Oct 2003: konqueror/khtml state)
Issue #66, Section #4 (4 Oct 2003: Kmail use fixed font shortcut changed)
Issue #65, Section #1 (29 Sep 2003: KDE 3.1.4)
Issue #62, Section #14 (23 Aug 2003: Using gconf2?)
Issue #58, Section #1 (16 Jul 2003: Artsbuilder/Kdenonbeta)
Issue #25, Section #2 (9 Nov 2001: Simplifying the DCOP Process)
Issue #22, Section #3 (18 Oct 2001: SSH KIO Slaves)
Issue #21, Section #2 (24 Aug 2001: Cookbook and kdeapps?)
Issue #21, Section #7 (24 Aug 2001: KWinTV Sees Active Development)
Issue #21, Section #10 (24 Aug 2001: S/MIME Support for KDE3)
Issue #20, Section #2 (10 Aug 2001: Web Form Autocompletion and Sensitive Data)
Issue #16, Section #3 (29 Jun 2001: Konqueror and Security)
Issue #11, Section #4 (25 May 2001: TLS in KDE2.2)
Issue #10, Section #6 (17 May 2001: SSL for KIOSlaves)
Issue #7, Section #4 (20 Apr 2001: Which socket implementation to use?)
Issue #5, Section #11 (6 Apr 2001: Improved Sending in KMail)
Issue #3, Section #5 (23 Mar 2001: KDE Socks Support)
Issue #2, Section #8 (16 Mar 2001: Digital Certificates and kmdcodec)

 

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