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Arson
Arson is a KDE frontend to various CD burning and ripping tools. It was originally written to burn audio CDs, as there were no other frontends that used cdrdao (in disk at once mode), that could decode various encoded audio formats (mp3, ogg), and that displayed an accurate track length as the playlist was created. Arson was later expanded to include full progress display for all lengthy operations, audio CD burning, normalization of tracks before burning to even out volumes, data CD burning, CdIndex support (a free CDDB-like service), CD-to-CD copying (direct or with an intermediate file), and audio CD ripping/encoding (ripping tracks from a CD to files), and encoding to WAV, MP3, and Ogg Vorbis formats is supported. Data CD burning and [S]VCD image creation and burning are supported.

Bibfilex
Bibfilex is a free bibliographic manager for GNU/Linux and Windows. It's useful to create and to manage archives of bibliographical items (books, articles, etc.) with possible attachments of any kind according to Biblatex structure and rules, but it can be used also with a wordprocessor like Writer or Word. Bibfilex may create and manage files which are catalogs of many items – also thousands of them. A file of Bibfilex is a database of SQLite (www.sqlite.org), a popular software whose data can be easily read and exported through different tools available on the Internet. In a Bibfilex file data are not stored according to Biblatex format, so it cannot be used as a bibliographic file in a Latex document. Anyway, Biblatex may export with a one-click functionality all or part of its content in Biblatex format file; this can be read directly with JabRef or used in a Latex document. At the same time, Bibfilex may import directly a JabRef database. The main features of the software are: store the items according to each one of the entry types described in the Biblatex manual (book, article, etc.); import the content of a file in Biblatex format (like a JabRef database); export data in a Biblatex file (like a JabRef database); import and export data from a Bibfilex file to another along with possible attachments; locate an item just typing its author name, title, etc.; filter the items selecting a keyword in a list; filter the items by the BibTex keys contained within a \cite{} or similar command in a Latex document; filter the items according to three different conditions, or modify manually the SQL statement of the filter to make it more suitable or complex; replace the citation commands (\cite, etc.) and \printbibliography command in a Latex document with extended citations and bibliography, which are composed according to a user defined pattern, and convert the resulting file in other formats with Pandoc (http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc); associate various attachments (files of every kind) to each item; the attachments are zipped and stored in a directory with the same name and path of the Bibfilex file in use, and automatically managed by the software; the number of attachments is limited only by the available disk space; activate autocompletion of data in each field with “Ctrl + Space”; create automatically unique BibTex keys according to a pattern defined by the user; specify the fields (columns) shown in the grid view of the data; forms to insert easily special characters and keywords; bookmarks, to go easily to a specified item; copy in the current item the content of some fields of another item referenced by the crossref field. Bibfilex has also the possibility to compose the citation of an item according to a user defined pattern and copy it in the clipboard in Latex or HTML format; in the last case, the citation may be pasted in a word processor like LibreOffice Writer mantaining font formatting (italic, small caps, etc.). This makes Bibfilex useful also for those who do not use Latex, but a word processor instead.

Fbxkb
fbxkb is keyboard indicator and switcher that shows a flag of the current keyboard in a system tray area and allows you to switch to another one. It is NETWM compliant.

Firestr
Fire★ is a distributed, decentralized way to communicate and share through running programs.

You don't send a message to someone, you send an program, which can have rich content. All programs are wired up together automatically providing distributed communication, either through text, images, videos, or games.

The source code to all applications is available immediately to instantly clone and modify.

FlowerAttack
FlowerAttack is a screensaver with OpenGL graphics that acts as a particle system that emits images that move towards the viewer. Both spacy and cozy savers can be created. It supports presets, any number of emitters per preset, and custom images (five built-ins are included). Speed, color, and movement can be edited with real-time feedback from the preview. It requires accelerated OpenGL.

Gwenview
Gwenview is a simple image viewer for KDE 2.0. Image loading is done by the Qt library (so it supports all image formats your Qt installation supports). It features a folder tree window and a file list and thumbnail window for easy navigation in your file hierarchy and uses docked windows so you can alter the layout.

K3b
'K3b' is a CD and DVD burning application for GNU/Linux systems optimized for KDE. It provides a comfortable user interface to perform most CD/DVD burning tasks, such as creating an audio CD from a set of audio files or copying a CD. While the experienced user can influence all steps of the burning process, the beginner may find comfort in the automatic settings and the reasonable defaults which allow a quick start. The actual burning is done by the command line utilities cdrecord, cdrdao, and growisofs.

KAlarm
KAlarm lets you configure personal messages to be displayed, commands to be executed, or emails to be sent, at scheduled times. It allows you to choose the message font and color, how often to repeat, whether to display an advance reminder, whether to speak the message or play a sound when it is displayed, and whether to cancel the alarm if it can't be triggered on time (e.g. if you are logged out at the time). As well as using the graphical interface to configure alarms, you can use the command line, and there is a DCOP interface for other applications.

KBag
kBag synchronizes your documents between one computer and another.

KDE
KDE is a graphical desktop for GNU/Linux systems. It is available in 42 languages and ships with the core KDE libraries, the core desktop environment, and over 100 applications. The current distribution includes run-time libraries and base components, as well as various user applications including an office suite, graphics, multimedia, games, utilities, and networking packages. It also includes an integrated help system.

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