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KDE 3 Forked?

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This project aims to keep the KDE3.5 computing style alive, as well as polish off any rough edges that were present as of KDE 3.5.10. Along the way, new useful features will be added to keep the environment up-to-date.

Towards that end, significant new enhancements have already been made in areas such as display control, network connectivity, authentication, and much more!

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Too little, too late...

Seriously, I think the time for this has past. Most have either moved on to KDE 4.3+ and have made the adjustment, or they've moved to Gnome. I doubt the market for KDE 3.5.x is very big anymore.

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