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KWin runs on OpenGL ES

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martin-graesslin.com: Last weekend I could announce that KWin compiles with OpenGL ES headers. This weekend I was able to proceed even more: I got the first windows composited using OpenGL ES 2.0.

KDE 4.6 Beta 1 – a first look

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everydaylht.com: The first beta release of KDE SC 4.6 was released yesterday. OpenSUSE had packages up almost immediately, so being curious as to what’s new, I’ve downloaded and upgraded to the new release. These are my impressions thus far.

KDE 4.6 Beta1 Released

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  • 4.6 Beta1 Brings Improved Search, Activities and Mobile Device Support
  • KDE 4.6 beta1… HALess!
  • New features in KDE SC 4.6 Beta 1

How a “Welded-to KDE3.5 User” Began a Move to KDE4.4 - Part 1

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lxer.com: In this first part of a two part guest editorial and tutorial Dr. Tony Young (an Australian Mycologist by trade) shares his trials, tribulations, successes and disappointments in working with the new version of KDE. As a long time KDE 3.5 user he decided to see if he could get KDE 4.4 to look, feel and work the way he was used to KDE 3.5 working.

KDE 4 Look Part 3: A Week of KDE 4.5

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ericsbinaryworld.com: So I’ve used KDE for about a work week. During that time I’ve pretty much gone to using the KDE versions of all my programs except Konqueror. I’m not sure if the Fedora 14 version of Konqueror is the one with Webkit, but last time I used Konqueror with KHTML it was mucking up a bunch.

Dolphin Improvements for KDE SC 4.6

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ppenz.blogspot: As usual after the KDE feature freeze, I'd like to give an overview which improvements have been done in Dolphin for the next KDE SC.

Help KDE.org defeat the wall of text

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  • Help KDE.org defeat the wall of text
  • The State of Input Device Support in KDE
  • Easily share images with Gwenview

Going down the programmable pipeline road

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martin-graesslin.com: As you might know OpenGL comes in two flavors: fixed functionality and programmable pipeline.

The About dialog goes social – now for all of KDE

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teom.wordpress: Remember a year ago when I blogged about the Social About dialog? The dialog in Amarok that replaces the dull old About dialog with something more colorful?

KDEPIM 4.5 is Dead -- Here's to KDEPIM 4.6

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kdedevelopers.org: So... we have decided that there is no point to putting any more effort into the long-awaited KDEPIM 4.5.

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