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The New in KDE 4.5 with pictures

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  • The New in KDE 4.5 with pictures
  • Elementary Modification of the KDESC 4.4 Default Login (KDM & KSplash)

KDE 4.4.3 reached Debian Sid, and its awesome

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gnuski.blogspot: Today, the 3rd of May 2010, KDE SC 4.4.3 has been uploaded to Debian Sid (Unstable). This is the first of the 4.4.x series that Debian has had (outside of the Experimental repository and an unofficial repository), and so far the whole of it is awesome.

Kobby: KDE collaborative text editor

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Software

ghacks.net: The KDE equivalent of Gobby is, to no surprise, Kobby. Kobby is a tool that allows users to to collaborate on text files either with another Kobby instance or even an instance of Gobby.

KDE system tray progress

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aseigo.blogspot: We've been slowly working away at getting the system tray in order. The goal is deceptively simple: allow us to host the entries there in a way that meshes with the rest of the user interface.

KDE on MeeGo

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notmart.org: This entry will show off a new cute thing. Last couple of days i was playing with the MeeGo sdk, it's still a very young system but is really interesting.

More Konqueror tips and tricks

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HowTos
  • More Konqueror tips and tricks
  • How to Use KDE’s Clipboard and Klipper App

An Introduction to KDE Games

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Gaming

maketecheasier.com: For a long time KDE has come with an assortment of games. Collectively, this suite of games is simply called “KDE Games“.

Delicious Transblurency

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enricoros.com/blog: Since every image you see on screen is ‘on focus’ by default, you can easily unfocus unuseful information. Blurring is the act of altering images so they appear out of focus.

PowerPC and KDE fans rejoice

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Software

opera.com/desktopteam/blog: Here is a new build with some very nice fixes for PowerPC and our initial work on KDE 4 integration.

Aaron Seigo on the Future of KDE

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Interviews

itmanagement.earthweb.com: No one is better qualified to talk about the state of the KDE desktop than Aaron Seigo. A former member of the board of KDE e.V, the German non-profit that oversees the project, Seigo is a lead developer on the desktop. Last weekend, I interviewed him at the Calgary Open Source Systems Festival, COSSFest, in front of an audience, on where KDE is today and where it is heading.

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