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KDE 3.4rc1 Announced?

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dot.kde.org seems to be down, we hope temporarily. However, kde.org has announced the release of the release candidate by linking to the same mailing list post referred to previously. Articles and screenshots are beginning to appear...

My own compilation is running behind due to having to leave my house and computer to work outside the home. Big Grin I hope to finish up later today and post some screenshots tonight. Please stay tuned.

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