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 Konversation: Interview with Dario Abatianni

"My first contact with the IRC network was in 1997, using a Commodore Amiga and a client called AmIRC. When I switched over to Linux I was looking for a client that was just as powerful, yet easy to use. XChat and KSirc were both very nice clients, but there was always something I didn't like, so I did it on my own. The first thing I came up with was a client written in C using the xforms toolkit. Later I fell more and more in love for KDE and the urge to have an IRC client that met my requirements as well as fit into the KDE framework grew, so I decided to drop the old project and start again from scratch. The result is Konversation."
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 (Submitted by Noel Tue Aug 10, 2004 )

  


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