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On the Road to Modern OpenGL (ES)

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Software

martin-graesslin.com: With KWin GLES shortly before the merge into workspace master (after git transition), it’s time to look back what I promised to deliver half a year ago, when I first talked about the idea of porting KWin to OpenGL ES at Akademy.

Why KDE is People, Not Software

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dot.kde.org: As the first of several opinion pieces exploring current issues in KDE, we offer you a video of Aaron Seigo explaining how KDE's success as a community producing all kinds of software led to outgrowing our old name, the "K Desktop Environment", what KDE means now and why it matters.

9 reasons why you should switch to KDE 4.5

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techradar.com: There are two kinds of Linux users in the world – those who use Gnome and those who dislike KDE. Here are nine reasons why it's time to log off Gnome and switch to KDE.

Behind KDE with Patrick Spendrin

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KDE
Interviews

behindkde.org: Last week KDE 4.5.4 was released for Windows. It was a late Christmas present from the KDE on Windows team and we were immediately interested in learning more about the project.

4.6 RC2 Available, Last Chance to Test

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KDE

dot.kde.org: KDE's release team has rolled another set of 4.6 tarballs for us all to test and report problems: 4.6 RC2 This is the last test release leading up to 4.6.0, which is planned for 26th January.

KDE SC 4.6 RC1 – Another Look

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everydaylht.com: A few weeks ago, I put up a post about the first beta release of KDE SC 4.6. Having now installed KDE SC 4.6 RC1 on my main desktop machine, running Kubuntu, it seems to be playing quite nicely.

Swiched to Fedora

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KDE
Linux

omat.nl: Yesterday I was so annoyed by my computer that I burned a cd with Fedora and installed it. I also had a 1,5TB disk waiting to be inserted, combining that made the switch pretty easy.

Common user interface mistakes in KDE applications, part 2: Dialog layouts

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agateau.wordpress: It is not uncommon to find dialogs which contains tabs, which themselves contain groups, which contain other groups. That’s quite a lot of borders… Not only does it look crowded, it also eats valuable content space. There are a few easy tricks you can use to avoid this issue.

4.6 RC 1 Available, KDE PIM Delayed

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dot.kde.org: Right before Christmas, KDE has published the first candidate for the upcoming release of KDE Platform, Plasma and Applications 4.6. The focus at this stage is on fixing bugs and completing translations and artwork.

KDE Joins Open Invention Network as a Licensee

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openinventionnetwork.com: Open Invention Network (OIN), the company formed to enable and protect Linux, today extended its community with the signing of KDE as a licensee.

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