SuperKaramba

SuperKaramba (From Portuguese and Spanish "super caramba", that means approximately "super gee" or "super cool") is a tool that allows one to easily create functionality enhancement modules on a KDE desktop. Currently, only Linux is officially supported, although it also works well on FreeBSD and NetBSD. This program is similar to gDesklets for GNOME, Yahoo! Widget Engine for Windows and Mac OS X, DesktopX for Windows, and Dashboard for Mac OS X and also the 'gadgets' subset of Google Desktop for Microsoft Windows.

The interactive programs are usually embedded directly into the background and do not disturb the normal view of the desktop. The use of SuperKaramba is not limited to KDE, but certain libraries from KDE are required. SuperKaramba is included in KDE 3.5.

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Super Karamba - History
... He added python scripting support to karamba, which is where it took on a new name, SuperKaramba ... At that point a group of developers who wanted to move SuperKaramba even further, pushed to get it included in a KDE major release ... SuperKaramba was integrated into KDE 3.5 as part of the kdeutils package, and some of the ideas that it presents have become part of KDE 4’s desktop and panel interface called ...
SuperKaramba - History
... He added python scripting support to karamba, which is where it took on a new name, SuperKaramba ... At that point a group of developers who wanted to move SuperKaramba even further, pushed to get it included in a KDE major release ... SuperKaramba was integrated into KDE 3.5 as part of the kdeutils package, and some of the ideas that it presents have become part of KDE 4’s desktop and panel interface called Plasma, which also has support for the ...