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KDE and digiKam Receive TUX 2005 Readers' Choice Award

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With its Issue #6, TUX Magazine published the winners of its first annual Readers' Choice Awards, placing KDE in the first place in the "Favorite Desktop Environment" category and digiKam first in the "Favorite Digital Photo Management Tool".

In addition, KDE applications placed second in several other categories.

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