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- Linux Upgrade Hell (or, KDE4 sucks rat's balls)
- An evening with KDE 4.5 on Fedora 13
- Gwenview in KDE SC 4.5
cristalinux.blogspot: PCLinuxOS 2010.1 continues to surprise me time and again. Today they have managed to do it yet again with KDE SC 4.4.5. I did notice some new interesting features that I wanted to show you here.
kdenews.org: Despite all the work going into 4.5, those of you wanting to live a stable life have not been forgotten. KDE SC 4.4.5 (codenamed "Ceilidh") is the last scheduled update in the 4.4 series and includes bug fixes and translation updates.
kdenews.org: Desktop applications for 'Information Management' that go beyond conventional card-index style databases are hard to find. The ideas behind such software are perhaps not that well known, so a prototype program, Knowledge, has been developed to put them firmly into the public domain.
earthweb.com: Several weeks ago, I ended a comparison of the KDE 4 and 3 desktops by saying "Unless a project takes over KDE 3 development, sooner or later it may become unusable with the latest generation of computers."
ghacks.net: For those with disabilities, using a computer can be a serious challenge. Whether it’s a vision impairment or physical challenge making the most of the PC seems nearly impossible. That is why, on every platform, you will find accessibility tools.
everydaylht.com: This is the third in a series of posts about the pre-releases of KDE SC 4.5. This one is about the first release candidate.
In the month since the second beta the KDE community has fixed hundreds of bugs. Development of features has been frozen for a while now and the Software Compilation is at the point where it needs a good testing to shake out the last issues.
kdenews.org: A while ago, the KDE promo team organized a competition to choose a design for labels that producers of software within our community can use to show that they are part of KDE. Today we are happy to announce the winning designs: