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Enlightenment 18 Begins

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E17, "the only software which has taken longer to develop than Duke Nukem Forever," was released little over a month ago, but today brought clues and news that the reign of E18 has begun. It actually began weeks ago because a new snapshot was released today, as well as an update to E17.

The first clue came from Jeff Hoogland, the founder of Bodhi Linux, in a blog post today. He said, "The first showing of Enlightenment DR18 (or E18 for short) has become a reality."

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