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Kubuntu Hippy Horse Released

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WARNING: this is not a final release! If this OMeGa causes your roommate to ask what you are smokin', we cannot take any responsibility for any damages, be they hardware or mental.

The Kubuntu team is hilariously happy to announce "8.04 Hippy Horse OMeGa pONEy".

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KDE svn4.1.2008 With the alpha and beta releases far behind, OMeGa pONEy introduces a new standard in stability.


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re: Kubuntu

I thought they were going with the Smurfs on Ice theme???

Re: Kubuntu

Has not anyone thought of what day it is?

Re: Hippy Horse

I got a kick out of the known bugs report:

"Known Bugs
bug #412008: new artwork is unprofessional (Confirmed, Invalid)
bug #80401: [hippy horse] conflicts with bug #1 (Unconfirmed, Incomplete)"

The April 1 silliness is underway.

Re: Hippy Horse

gfranken wrote:

The April 1 silliness is underway.

I got a coupla here I can't tell if their jokes or not. Big Grin

Or actually, perhaps I've been reading headlines too long, cuz everything I read today seems like a big joke.

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