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Introducing Your KDE Software Labels

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kdenews.org: A while ago, the KDE promo team organized a competition to choose a design for labels that producers of software within our community can use to show that they are part of KDE. Today we are happy to announce the winning designs:

KDE 4.5 2nd Beta: The End of an Era

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earthweb.com: The last two years have seen the KDE desktop not only rewritten from scratch, but adding innovation after innovation. Sooner or later, the moment had to come when its breakneck pace of development slowed -- and, judging from the second beta, that moment is the upcoming 4.5 release.

KDE SC 4.5.0 – Beta 2 – Another Quick Look

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everydaylht.com: Having given a quick overview of the first beta of the latest KDE SC release last week, a couple of days later, beta 2 was released. So dutifully, I have updated to KDE SC 4.5 beta 2 to see what’s changed.

Rekonq: Konqueror Killer?

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workswithu.com: When the Maverick Meerkat, better known as Ubuntu 10.10, debuts in October, it will bring with it a new default browser for Kubuntu users in the form of rekonq.

KDE 3 vs. KDE 4: Which Linux Desktop Is Right for You?

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earthweb.com: Many users are still using KDE 3. For whatever the reasons, several distributions continue to cater to the preference, including aLinux, Knoppix and MEPIS, all of which offer GNU/Linux with KDE 3.0 as the desktop. This raises the question: How do the two series of KDE releases compare?

KDE 4.5 Beta 2 released

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kdenews.org: KDE today announced the immediate availability of KDE SC 4.5 Beta2. 1459 new bugs have been reported, and 1643 bugs have been closed, so we're witnessing a lot of stabilization.

An appeal to upstream KDE developers

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blog.flameeyes.eu: While I have stopped using KDE almost two years ago, I don’t hate KDE per-se… I have trouble with some of the directions KDE has been running in – and I fear the same will happen to GNOME, but we’ll see that in a few months – but I still find tehy have very nice ideas in many fields.

KDE 4.4.4… or not.

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eregion.de: A week ago or so, KDE 4.4.4 was released. So far there are NO binary packages at all. I am starting to think that most big binary providers think "so what" about KDE 4.4.4.

Plasma Netbook and performance

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notmart.org: The Plasma Netbook shell can be quite fast on a standard netbook, however many are experiencing it going rather slow. Why?

A Quick Look at KDE SC 4.5 Beta 1

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everydaylht.com: The latest in the 4.x series of the KDE Software Compilation is due to be released in early August 2010. With the first beta of this release recently unleashed, I thought I’d download the openSuse packages and see what 4.5’s got in store for us.

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