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KDE – the Prism Breaker

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I just sent this to a KDE mailing list. And it’s true. The KDE Community’s software is:

* community controlled, no US-controlled company can introduce “patriotic” changes

* majority of developers are based outside the US, many in Europe and India (@devs: please provide your data for commit digest, 20 % unknown is too much)

* our legal entity (KDE e.V.) is Germany based

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