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Who is KDE (once more with feeling)

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nowwhatthe.blogspot: A while ago I expressed my appreciation for all the cool blogs out there. And my sadness when it comes to my limited language knowledge - lots of interesting KDE writers and even whole communities out there I can't understand at all.

Few exciting things in KDE sc 4.4 RC1

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tm-travolta.net: KDE 4.4 was released yesterday. To celebrate incoming KDE SC 4.4 release, I will mention few things I find exciting or interesting in it.

KDE 4.4 Release Candidate 1 Available

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kdenews.org: KDE has made the first release candidate of the KDE Software Compilation 4.4 available. The first KDE SC release (albeit not a stable one) is the first release candidate for the upcoming KDE Software Compilation 4.4.0 which will be released on February 9th.

On KDE 4.3.3

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  • On KDE 4.3.3
  • kde sc 4.4 branched, trunk reopens
  • Making Firefox 3.x Look at Home in KDE4 (2)

Linux on Netbooks at the Netbook World Summit in Paris

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Linux
MDV

samawa-online.com: Industry Linux overview by Linux experts Aaron J. Seigo, Community leader at the KDE Foundation and Arnaud Laprévote, CTO Chief Technology Officer at Mandriva Linux. They analyse the influence of Linux on the Laptop industry with the advent of the Netbooks. View here.

KDM and Plasma: A future.

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sreich.blogspot: I always need to be coding something, regardless of whether or not I have any free-time, I have (begun to plan out and create(began today), a Plasma frontend for our login manager, kdm.

key quests for kde in 2010?

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aseigo.blogspot: I hope to get many of us thinking about or at least aware of really important issues that require consensus and shared action. I hope that others will also find some inspiration in this process and subsequently find the time and words to do a similar exploration within the KDE communities they are in. The ultimate goal is progress and a happier, healthier, better, stronger, $SUPERLATIVE KDE.

KDE in 2009

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aseigo.blogspot: We accomplished a lot in the last year, both as a community as well as personally. I'll leave the personal events, positive and difficult, to those who were involved, but try and cover some of the highlights of what we did together.

KDE Plasma: Netbook, Pages and what they're for

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notmart.org: As presented on this blog a bit ago the central and more important view for Plasma Netbook Shell is this so called "Newspaper" activity: applets are positioned in an arbitrary number of columns (default two), one on top of the other, scrolling when there isn't enough space, giving you actually an "almost infinite" vertical real estate

KDE Usability Goals for 2010

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obso1337.org: Some of the things I would like to get done in the next few months include:

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