It has already been reported by several blogs and news pages, therefore I’m safe blogging about it now. The previously discussed schedule is out in the wild. The KDE 4.0 schedule has officially been released to the KDE development wiki. Also, a roadmap and a module status page ahs been added.
As the release roadmap explains more detailed June will also the month were application developers have to decide if their application will be part of main KDE 4.0 or not.
Remember: several of the most successful KDE applications are not part of the KDE main packages (Amarok, K3b, konversation, digikam, ktorrent, etc.), but live a happy life in extragar.