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KDE Games: Meet GGZ Gaming Zone

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The KDE games development for KDE 4 recently introduced a GGZ backend. It will empower users to play their games on the internet.

The last commit digest, issue 48 introduced the GGZ Gaming Zone. GGZ is a project to develop a free online gaming infrastructure. It provides servers, clients, protocols, chat bots and similar stuff.

Now Josef Spillner developed a backend for KDE to make sure that KDE games can use that infrastructure as well.

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