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KDE Human Computer Interaction Working Group Formed

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In order to facilitate current inter- and extra- community communication and innovation there is need for a Human Computer Interaction working group (short name "HCI working group") within KDE made up of core accessibility, usability, internationalization and artist community members.

This group will act not only to strengthen and improve current processes but also as a catalyst for new ideas. Following the Technical Working Group and Marketing Working Group this is the third group from KDE e.V..

Key members, based upon motivation and effort not name and popularity, from the different KDE communities involved, have stepped forward to initiate this effort.

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