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People Behind KDE: Görkem Çetin

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Tonight's interview on People Behind KDE is with one of the heros of KDE localisation. This man leads the KDE Turkey group and translates KDE into Turkish. For KDE 4 he plans to get 100% Turkish support but how did he get a t-shirt with Che on it and why does he feel an affiliation towards the KDE Run Command dialogue? Find out as People Behind KDE presents Görkem Çetin.

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