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KDE Quickies: KDE 3.5 Review, Kontact Introduction

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The Qt 4 Resource Centre has tutorials for A Zoomable Picture Viewer and Spying on Signals. *** This KDE 3.5 Alpha review shows us some new features coming soon. *** Alternative KDE file manager Krusader found themselves new web hosting. *** Linux.com introduces us to Kontact. *** Real-time 3D strategy game Boson made a new release with extra smooth graphics and multiplayer support. *** Video player Kaffeine added a GStreamer part in their recent 0.7 release. *** Finally congratulations to Stephan Binner who had to leave aKademy early to start a job packaging KDE for SuSE.

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