The link goes to a message by Havoc Pennington describing D-BUS, a IPC technology being developed for use in Red Hat, and perhaps as a future (think 18 months) replacement for DCOP and maybe Bonobo's IPC mechanism.
Sounds nice, at least what I can understand of the specs, and adopting it shouldn't cause any big trauma on the KDE side, since our DCOP classes are autogenerated by macros anyway. Hopefully, it may even be source compatible.
Lots more information, including the specs and an interesting take on KDE-GNOME cooperation by Miguel de Icaza if you follow the links a little.
This is the first article in what will hopefully will become a series explaining how a little creativity can enrich the KDE desktop experience, maybe using a not-very-popular feature.
This time, I explain how to make listening to Internet radio a more pleasant experience, using quickbrowser buttons.
Prepare for a flamefest of moderate proportions, courtesy of LinuxWorld.
If Nick Petreley had written this article, say, two years ago, it would have generated enough heat to pop all the corn in Mexico, though.
Special ironic demerits for the use of a forced acronym as mechanism for criticism.
Weird article in dot.kde.org.
I don't know what Navindra has been drinking, but it does wonders for his writing style!