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April 12th, 2006: Student to work on Kalzium's 3D Molecular Editor during GSoC 2007

The Kalzium authors are happy to announce the selection of a student working on Kalzium for the Google Summer of Code 2007. Kalzium will receive a Molecular Editor. Molecular visualisation is a very important area in both scientific research and education. Having good open source tools capable of producing high quality 3D images of molecules would be useful to students from high school, up to university and research level.

August 31th, 2006: Story about Kalzium on Newsforge and dot.kde.org

There are two stories about Kalzium: Newsforge and the Dot both report about progress in Kalzium.

July 24th, 2005: EqChem merged with Kalzium

Thomas Nagy merged EqChem with Kalzium. With this application, which is now completly integrated in Kalzium, you can solve chemical equations. You need OCaml and the Facile-library installed to make use of it when you compile yourself. If you use the Kalzium is provided by your distribution you do not need it installed.

July 12th, 2005: Standalone release of Kalzium: Welcome Kalzium Hydrogen

The Kalzium-developers decided it is time for the final version of the standalone-release. This release works with KDE 3.3, 3.4 and the not yet released 3.5. It include the latestes documentation and translation

You can help make a better Kalzium if you test this version and give us feedback using bugs.kde.org or the usual channels.

Kalzium is an interactive application which shows you information about the periodic table of the elements. Kalzium can be used as an as an information database.

Kalzium has already some nice features, however but there remains things to add. As Kalzium has been included in KDE 3.1+, we still work steadily to add in some new enhancements, while hopefully making it as fast and usefull as possible. You can help us by testing it or make proposals for new features or a better design.

The new features are: UI-Improvements, the new sidebar, the new kdeedu-glossary is used, gradients to show the properties, a lot of new data (e.g. Atomic Radius, Electronaffinity...), some bug- and stringfixes.

This version of Kalzium requires KDE 3.3 or greater.

URL: Kalzium Hydrogen

GnuPG-Signature: Kalzium Hydrogen-Signature

MD5 checksum: 85bb8a313291affbcc53c565dbbae44d

12 July 2005: Kalzium mentioned in "This month in SVN"

This month in SVN captures the latest development of Kalzium. Thank you, Jessica!

July 10th, 2005: Kalzium has it's own mailinglist

From today on Kalzium has it's own mailinglist. If you want to contact the Kalzium-developer just write a mail to kalzium@kde.org. If you want to subscribe visit this page.

June 22th, 2005: Second Preview-release of Kalzium

This is the second preview release. Beside some bugfixes this release is the first which also includes the documentation and translations.

URL: Kalzium 3.5 Preview 2

GnuPG-Signature: Kalzium 3.5 Preview 2-Signature

MD5 checksum: 02aee65b2294a829244aa4f13fcf001a

June 22th, 2005: Homepage-update

Today, I updated the Kalzium-homepage. It is now using a php-script to generate the new news-section. Furthermore, the page now contains more content.

June 16th, 2005: Preview-release of Kalzium

The Kalzium-developers decided it is time for a preview of the good things to come in the next version of Kalzium. This release previews the standalone version planned for July 11 2005. It is almost finished feature wise but does not include translations and documentation as they are too much of an moving target.

You can help make a better Kalzium if you test this version and give us feedback using bugs.kde.org or the usual channels.

Kalzium is an interactive application which shows you information about the periodic table of the elements. Kalzium can be used as an as an information database.

Kalzium has already some nice features, however but there remains things to add. As Kalzium has been included in KDE 3.1+, we still work steadily to add in some new enhancements, while hopefully making it as fast and usefull as possible. You can help us by testing it or make proposals for new features or a better design.

This version of Kalzium requires KDE 3.3 or greater.

URL: Kalzium 3.5 Preview 1

GnuPG-Signature: Kalzium 3.5 Preview 1-Signature

MD5 checksum: b09abea6e0d86504e6a6a13e1806ae7a

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