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KDE 4 Freeze

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Just a reminder folks! FREEZE for tagging is tonight at midnight, UTC! Any changes not in SVN at that point will not be part of the 4.0.0 release. The release team has requested no commits to those modules being part of KDE 4.0.0 until further notice starting at midnight, after which I'm sure they will make the appropriate announcements of how 4.0.1 will be opened. In addition, this freeze should apply to all extragear apps that are scheduled to be released alongside 4.0.0.

(exceptions to the freeze are made for build fixes, if required -- ask winterz, toma, dirk or someone in the know on irc.)

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Also: Little KDE 4 Present

And: KDE Commit-Digest for 30th December 2007




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