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KDE Ships First 4.7 Beta

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dot.kde.org: KDE has released a first beta of the upcoming 4.7 release of the Plasma Desktop and Netbook workspaces, the KDE Applications and the KDE Frameworks, which is planned for July 27, 2011.

Introduction to Linux Desktop Environments

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hubpages.com: When I install a Linux distribution to a new user sometimes I ask: "Which desktop environment would you like to use ?" and after looking at their puzzled face I realize that for Windows user this is an unfamiliar term.

GNOME and KDE 2011 Desktop Summit programme published

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h-online.com: The GNOME Foundation and KDE e.V. boards have published the programme for this year's Desktop Summit. Following the opening keynote, attendees can visit one of four different rooms, each with a variety of tracks including community, applications, platforms, tablets, development and accessibility & help.

KDE PIM 4.6 RC1

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steveire.wordpress: The Kontact2 release train rolls on. Today we fixed the last of the release blocking bugs and tagged the release candidate.

Debian 6.0: KDE 4

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goodbyemicrosoft.net: Having got Debian 6 "Squeeze" running, the next project was to reconfigure my desktop environment, KDE, the way I like it. I've used KDE for years. Alas, Debian 6 has moved on to KDE 4, and the developers couldn't leave well enough alone.

KDE at LinuxTag

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amarok.kde.org: Sharing a nice, big booth at LinuxTag, the KDE, Kubuntu and Calligra teams are pulling together to promo all things KDE. As you can tell from the picture below, the booth is very well visited, with lots of people interested all 'round -

Planning the first release of KDE Telepathy

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sharpley.org.uk: Given the various blog posts, and (somewhat unnecessary) hysteria over the news of Skype I felt like I should give an update on what's going on in KDE Telepathy.

Starting to see more systems with Xfce 4.8 and KDE 4.6.3

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usalug-org.blogspot: Xfce and KDE are the two desktop environments that I most commonly use, so it is nice when I see distributions that update these environments and keep them close to the most currently available software.

Qt 5 / KDE 5: relax :)

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aseigo.blogspot: After my last blog about a possible future KDE Platform 5 due to Qt 5, it was interesting to watch the number of "Oh no, not another big release that will break the interface we know!" type comments. Let me put all of that to rest:

Also: Responses to Qt 5

Qt5 .. KDE5?

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aseigo.blogspot: As most of those who read my blog have already heard, Qt5 is on its way. The target is 2012 and the focus is QtQuick. Exciting times! What does this mean for KDE? Will there be a KDE5 in 2012 as well? What would a KDE5 look like?

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