A resource sharing framework is one of the next features to be implemented for
free desktops. KDE got this idea several months ago
and does now have the first full mechanism for uploading/downloading data
files with the KNewStuff
library (which was located in kdepim/korganizer until KDE 3.2 but since KDE 3.3
is part of the KDE libraries).
Getting hot new levels
Applications can easily be tuned to support downloading data files, it just
takes a couple of configuration and code lines to be added, most of which is
In Kamikaze, new levels can be downloaded from the game menu, and are then
automatically available when invoking the New Game dialog.
Sharing your own levels
Since version 0.1.0, Kamikaze has had a level editor. When using KNewStuff,
beside the 'open/save level' functionality, there is now a 'share level' item
which uploads a level, a preview thereof and some meta information so others
can download it.