nowwhatthe.blogspot: I'm relieved. After close to 2 years of thinking and discussing, the rebranding of KDE is official. From now on, the K Desktop Environment is dead. "KDE 4.4" will never see the light of day. Today, "KDE" has officially moved on.
CBS' geektastic sitcom sensation "The Big Bang Theory" has joined a long list of KDE television outings with main character Leonard Hofstadter wearing Konqueror on his chest in last night's episode, "The Vengeance Formulation": View Here
cio.com.au: The final release of KDE 4.4 is due in early 2010, and not since the arrival of KDE 4.0 two years ago has an open source desktop environment been so highly anticipated by the free desktop community.
jonreagan.wordpress: Recently I have installed Kubuntu 9.10 on my school computer, just to see how it would work under the stress of all the school work I do. I must say – it’s excelling at the job.
openbytes.wordpress: Ladies and gentlemen! In the blue corner weighing in at 9.10 is KDE and in the red corner also weighing in at 9.10 is Gnome..”For the thousands in attendance and the millions watching around the world..lets get ready to rrrrrrrumble!”
ken.ath.cx: So I’m still using KDE surprisingly, and actually liking it. Finally got most of my keybinds working so I can work efficiently. I found KDE’s ability to easily pass key presses to a specific window quite nifty, allowing me to easily map all my multimedia keys to work with XMMS.
- Wonders from a KDE fan and developer about some KDE design choices
- Testing the KDE4 waters
ardchoille42.blogspot: Back in November of 2008 I attempted to migrate to KDE. That migration proved to be a lesson in futility. Today I installed Kubuntu Kubuntu 9.10 on three different computers to see how much progress this once awesome distro has made in a year. This is what I found:
- Introducing KDE 4 KNetworkManager
- KAlgebra Everywhere
dot.kde.org: Today at 4pm CET at the Center for Economics, Technology and Women’s Issues at the Berlin Senate, KDE founder Matthias Ettrich was decorated with the German Federal Cross of Merit for his contributions to Free Software.