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Kubuntu 14.04 LTS Beta 2 (Trusty Tahr) Is Out and Based on KDE 4.13 Beta 1

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Kubuntu14.04 LTS Beta 1 (Trusty Tahr) is based on KDE Plasma 4.13 Beta 1, and this means that the final version will likely be based on the final build of KDE 4.13. This is actually very good news because the KDE 4.13 branch has a ton of new features that will be very well received by the community.

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KDE Telepathy 0.8 is out

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Sooooo after a brief period of testing the public beta we bring you the final stable release of KDE Telepathy 0.8.

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OpenMandriva Lx 2014 Beta Is a Breath of Fresh Air with a KDE Soul

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MDV

You mustn't confuse the former Mandriva community and operating system with OpenMandriva, as they are completely separate entities. The company behind Madriva still exists, but it hasn't released anything since 2011. OpenMandriva shares some of the original values of Mandriva, but the developers have been a lot more active and they managed to release quite a few new versions until now.

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Qt 5.3 Beta Released

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Great News! Qt 5.3 Beta is now available for download. Qt 5.3 Alpha was released about 3 weeks ago and I am really happy to announce that we now have the Qt 5.3 Beta with updated functionality and binary installers.

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KDE community refutes Canonical developer’s claim ‘the display server doesn’t matter’

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Ubuntu

Canonical showed wisdom recently by dropping its own Upstart and chose systemd which it initially criticized as NIH, invasive and ‘hardly justified’. The Free Software community is expecting that Canonical will show prudence and drop their MIR and adopt Wayland. Canonical has great ambitions with Ubuntu, their struggle is much bigger so it may be wise for them to use limited engineering talent to tackle the issues Ubuntu is facing in desktop and mobile space by using the technologies being develop by the larger Free Software community.

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Buy digiKam Recipes, Get Raspberry Pi for Photographers

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Small, affordable, and versatile, Raspberry Pi is a perfect platform for all kinds of creative projects. And as a photography enthusiast, you can put this tiny machine to a variety of practical uses. Transforming Raspberry Pi into a photography tool is not only great hacking fun, it also opens a whole new world of photographic possibilities. The Raspberry Pi for Photographers ebook can help you to turn a Raspberry Pi into a tool for fetching and managing photos, publishing photos on the web, controlling your camera remotely, and keeping your photos safe.

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Meet Milou, the alternative of Krunner

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The search functionality of KDE software is going through massive transition with Baloo replacing Nepomuk. We have written extensively about it here.

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KDE Ships 4.13 Beta 3

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Offering up more bug-fixes and translation updates is KDE 4.13 Beta 3. KDE 4.13 offers several application and platform improvements for KDE4 users until the Plasma Next and KDE Frameworks 5 experience is stable later in 2014.

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Trojita 0.4.1, a security update for CVE-2014-2567 / Announcing Geary 0.6.0

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Linux
GNOME

An SSL stripping vulnerability was discovered in Trojitá, a fast Qt IMAP e-mail client. User's credentials are never leaked, but if a user tries to send an e-mail, the automatic saving into the "sent" or "draft" folders could happen over a plaintext connection even if the user's preferences specify STARTTLS as a requirement.

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On the GNOME side:

We at Yorba are pleased to announce the release of Geary 0.6.0, a new stable version of our IMAP mail client. Much has changed since our last stable release.

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KDE 4.13 Makes It Into Kubuntu 14.04 LTS

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KDE 4.13 is making it into next month's release of Kubuntu 14.04 LTS, the KDE version of Ubuntu Linux.

Going back to January this year has been planning about shipping KDE SC 4.13 in the next (K)ubuntu release. As of today, there's been mass package updates pushing all of the KDE components up to their latest 4.13 development versions; KDE 4.13 Beta 2 was released a few days ago.

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