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Is KWin getting too complicated?

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pcworld.co.nz: The K Desktop Environment's window manager KWin has long prided itself on its configurability. But is it getting too complicated?

Advanced KDE Administration

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HowTos
  • Advanced KDE Administration
  • Use KDE Activities to Create Different Desktops for Work and Personal Use

The KDE Netbook Desktop

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zdnet.co.uk: After a few days of experimentation and discovery, I'm going to continue and expand that topic to the KDE Netbook Desktop in general.

It’s Colorized (Pink and Fluffy)

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blogs.fsfe.org: Alas, Frederik’s master plan has not seen a whole lot of progress. I wanted to go down that path a little as well — that has everything to do with sitting next to Lydia for a day of not-always-exciting meetings. She challenged me to make my desktop as horrifyingly pink as possible.

KDE 4: The KDE SC in Kubuntu and Fedora

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all-things-linux.blogspot: Although not one of my main desktop environments any longer, I have been keeping track of KDE development now and then and feel it has improved a great deal.

Fourteen Reasons to be KDE

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asinen.org: In case you’re sleeping under a rock today, KDE is celebrating its 14th birthday. I still see myself as a newbie round these parts, but I can already think of fourteen things that make me part of KDE.

aseigo: plasma & activities

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KDE 4 vs. GNOME 3: An Early Comparison

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earthweb.com: How will GNOME 3 compare to KDE 4? The picture is still emerging, since GNOME 3's official release is still months away. However, with GNOME Shell available as a preview in the latest GNOME releases, a general outline is starting to be visible.

GNOME 3, Activites, and KDE 4

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dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: There have been a slew of new articles detailing the progress of work on GNOME 3, and the refrain in all of them has been that "GNOME 3 will revolutionize the desktop".

GNOME and KDE 2011 Desktop Summit dates confirmed

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h-online.com: The GNOME Foundation and KDE e.V. boards have announced that the 2011 Desktop Summit will take place in Berlin, German from the 6th to the 12th of August at the Humboldt University.

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