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KDE 4.5 RC2 Available

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kdenews.org: While many KDE developers are enjoying, contemplating, hacking, discussing, designing, planning and promoting KDE's trinity of software products (The Plasma Desktop, the Application Suite and the Development Platform), the release team also found some time to make another release candidate available.

Akademy 2010: Almost Like Being There

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kdenews.org: Not everyone can make it to Akademy. For those of you not able to be here, the Akademy team has been making great efforts to video the talks, capture the atmosphere through photographs and pick up some of the Akademy chatter through informal interviews with community members.

Looking at KDE, and looking at apps

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nancib.wordpress.com: Late last month I said I was looking at the possibility of moving from Ubuntu to a different GNU/Linux distribution. While I haven’t had a lot of time for checking out other distros I have I’ve managed to create a spreadsheet to compile information on the distros I’m looking at.

KDE and Science

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kdenews.org: Free thinkers. Curious people collaborating across borders. Pioneers pushing back the boundaries of what is possible. Teams building upon the work of others. People trying things just to see what happens.

KDE4 sucks rat's balls

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  • Linux Upgrade Hell (or, KDE4 sucks rat's balls)
  • An evening with KDE 4.5 on Fedora 13
  • Gwenview in KDE SC 4.5

A KDE SC 4.4.5 Look

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PCLOS

cristalinux.blogspot: PCLinuxOS 2010.1 continues to surprise me time and again. Today they have managed to do it yet again with KDE SC 4.4.5. I did notice some new interesting features that I wanted to show you here.

KDE Software Compilation 4.4.5 Available

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kdenews.org: Despite all the work going into 4.5, those of you wanting to live a stable life have not been forgotten. KDE SC 4.4.5 (codenamed "Ceilidh") is the last scheduled update in the 4.4 series and includes bug fixes and translation updates.

Knowledge: A Different Approach to a Database on the Desktop

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kdenews.org: Desktop applications for 'Information Management' that go beyond conventional card-index style databases are hard to find. The ideas behind such software are perhaps not that well known, so a prototype program, Knowledge, has been developed to put them firmly into the public domain.

Trinity KDE: KDE 3 Zombified or Resurrected?

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earthweb.com: Several weeks ago, I ended a comparison of the KDE 4 and 3 desktops by saying "Unless a project takes over KDE 3 development, sooner or later it may become unusable with the latest generation of computers."

KDE Accessibility tools

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ghacks.net: For those with disabilities, using a computer can be a serious challenge. Whether it’s a vision impairment or physical challenge making the most of the PC seems nearly impossible. That is why, on every platform, you will find accessibility tools.

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