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KDEPIM 4.5 is Dead -- Here's to KDEPIM 4.6

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Well, the ramp-up for KDE SC 4.6 has begun now, with soft freezes taking effect yesterday and the first beta due in about 1 week.

So... we have decided that there is no point to putting any more effort into the long-awaited KDEPIM 4.5.

99.9% of the KDEPIM team's effort will go into the 4.6 release.
0.1% effort remains for a probable KDEPIM 4.4.8 at the end of this month.

KDEPIM 4.6 !

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