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Noteworthy Mandriva changes 30 Nov – 20 Dec

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Lots of important changes happened in Mandriva Cooker during the last few weeks. Here is a quick summary:

* GNOME has been updated to the development version 2.29.3. There is a new game, called LightsOff, Empathy has improved IRC support, Evince supports PDF file attachment annotations and opens each document in a separate process, more and more applications support Seed and more applications have been ported to new APIs such as GtkBuilder.

* KDE is now at version 4.4 beta 1.

* Amarok 2.2.2 beta 1 brings improved podcast support, custom track labels and other improvements.

* Linux kernel 2.6.32 is now used in Cooker.

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