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Enlightenment 1.9.0-alpha1 Pre-release: MYSTERY RELEASE 2K14

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It's that time again! Stefan is off this week testing mountain robustness, so I've been pressed into service as the temporary pre-release release manager for this pre-release release.

What's New In This Release

Flaming text

Bug fixes?

Some other stuff!

You may notice that this section isn't super detailed; the release notes haven't been written/generated yet, so I have only a vague idea of what's going on. Hopefully this will get expanded, but until then I am dubbing this.

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