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Chakra 2016.02 "Ian" released

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We are happy to announce the release of Chakra's first 2016 ISO, codenamed "Ian", in memory of the late Ian Murdock, founder of Debian.

This ISO doesn't introduce any major changes, but offers an updated snapshot of our stable repositories to new users. It can be considered a maintenance release, providing all the bug fixes and package updates that occurred in the last 3 months, ever since the previous ISO was released.
As always, we ship the latest available versions of KDE's Plasma, Applications and Frameworks.

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