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KDE-PIM to be released with KDE 4.0

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The KDE-PIM developers decided to release their KDE module together with the main release. That means that KDE 4.0 will ship with a KDE 4 version of the KDE-PIM tools.

All KDE modules had time till June 1st to decide if they would stick to the KDE 4.0 release schedule or would follow their own for this release. In case of KDE-PIM many people believed that it would take its own release schedule due to the fundamental changes like Akonadi.

However, the developers now decided to follow the main release schedule. The application list will slightly change:

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