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Kubuntu 11.04 Sneak Peek

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At every Ubuntu Developer Summit, the Ubuntu project comes together and tries to find new and exiting ways of breaking their own systems.

So it also happened about a month ago in Orlando, FL. But let me focus on the Kubuntu bits and pieces, since Ubuntu is way to big a project to summarize all the awesomeness in one (sensibly long) blog post.

Maybe first I should say that we were rather conservative with regards to major changes of the kind “might-eat-fluffy-bunnies”, though we have some that probably qualify as “might-eat-bunnies”. The important thing with such kinds of changes is testing, testing, testing, testing, testing, testing, testing, testing, testing and fixing Wink

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