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KDE Announces the 24 Google Projects

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The KDE Project and Google announce the 24 KDE projects selected for the "Summer of Code" project. The lucky students and the KDE e.V. will receive a total of $120,000 if they can complete their projects in the allotted two months.

The accepted projects span accessibility work, improvements to the office and personal information management suites, and innovations to KDE architecture. Much anticipated projects include one addressing VoIP in KDE, and a unified document viewer to handle multiple formats with a plugin architecture for third party vendor extensions.

The full list of selected projects and students:

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