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Aaron J. Seigo: thoughts on framing "kde"

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for the last year or so there have been two sets of thoughts squirming in the back of my mind with regards to the name "kde" and how we're going to communicate what that means in a post-4.0 world.

the first set of thoughts revolve around the question: "what is kde's unique selling proposition?" the second concerns finding an answer to: "what is a 'kde application'?"

here are short notes on where i am on each of these questions. i've shared them before with others and the feedback provided by these people has been critical to shaping my thinking. i figure that with 4.0 really starting to take shape and a marketing meeting this month in darmstadt, germany this is a good time to discuss it a bit more publicly.

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kde on t.v.

chris lee told zack rusin who told me about showtime's amazingly well written, if somewhat violent, new series about a serial killer called (both the show and the killer) "dexter".

watching this week's episode, here's what i saw:

hey! that's kde!

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