Too many KDE folks refuse to use http://techbase.kde.org/ because it breaks blocks of code.
You can however make it usable. A hint just for you:
[jstaniek] btw, I've improved http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/PIM a bit, and have 'windows port' column
[jstaniek] does not use oxygen wiki style which actually causes usability problems with
[marc_kdab] oh, you can switch the style?
[marc_kdab] that could actually make the wiki readable :)
[marc_kdab] hates fixed-width formats in websites
[jstaniek] marc_kdab: ah, so I should blog about this; too many folks complain... and I talked to danimo @ akademy but... well...
[jstaniek] (same for websvn, btw)
[marc_kdab] yes, and the apidox
[jstaniek] marc_kdab: login -> my preferences (on the topbar) -> skin tab -> monobook
[marc_kdab] oh, sigh, login...
[jstaniek] marc_kdab: y, you can set permanent login
[jstaniek] hacked his wiki page with readable breadcrumbs, eg. "News->Kexi Releases-> Kexi 2007.1" and forced reasonable width (http://kexi.pl/en/News/Kexi_Releases/Kexi_2007.1)
[marc_kdab] ahhh :)
[marc_kdab] mediawiki look
[marc_kdab] files a request for mediawiki to remove styling :)
[jstaniek] the oxygen style is great but also breaks mediawiki skin rules a bit - e.g. we have even no kde logo defined for the web site... :)