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A trip down memory lane

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I was digging through some old backups on Friday looking to see if I had any old versions of the Qt source code lying around. I didn't find those, but I found some gems I didn't know I had.

First, there's a presentation on the KDE internals I don't know where I gave, I suspect it was at MANLUG (the Manchester Linux User Group).

Next, there's a presentation The design of the K Desktop Environment.

rest here




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