klibido 0.2.5-7 (armel binary) in ubuntu maverick

 KLibido is a KDE program to download encoded articles from the usenet news
 service, using the nntp protocol. It supports multiple servers, multiple
 download threads per server, automatic joining and decoding of articles.
 .
 KLibido is not a newsreader. It doesn't let you easily display the articles,
 only their subject, and it discards all non-binary posts. If you want a nice
 newsreader for KDE, try KNode.
 .
 Features include:
  - Getting the group list and subscribe to newsgroups
  - Getting headers, sorting, filtering by subject, state and "completeness"
  - downloading and decoding of binary posts (including yEnc).
  - Queue management: it's possible to drag and drop items around in the
    download queue to change the order of download, pause the queue, pause
    and cancel the items in the queue.
  - Server priorities and balancing
  - Requeueing: if an article fails on a server, it is automatically tried on
    the other servers.
  - Viewing nfo's, covers, et al inside the program using kparts.
  - Group categories and aliases
  - .nzb support
  - KLibido uses KDE and the KDE libraries for the interface, Berkeley DB for
    storing the newsgroups' headers, and UUDeview for decoding the posts.

Details

Package version:
0.2.5-7
Source:
"klibido" 0.2.5-7 source package in Ubuntu
Status:
Obsolete
Component:
universe
Priority:
Optional

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