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Interview with KMail Developer Thomas McGuire

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Interviews

kdenews.org: Welcome back again to the KDE Interview series. Today we feature Thomas McGuire, the KMail maintainer.

KDE 3 Forked?

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pearsoncomputing.net: This project aims to keep the KDE3.5 computing style alive, as well as polish off any rough edges that were present as of KDE 3.5.10. Along the way, new useful features will be added to keep the environment up-to-date.

Technical Limitations of Client-Side-Decorations

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Software

martin-graesslin.com/blog: All windows have KWin decorations and they should not have them. Yakuake has a kind of own CSD – you see the controls at the bottom. The window manager may reparent the window and the window has no control over it.

How do you customize your windows buttons in KDE 4.4

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HowTos

linuxcrunch.com: One of the things I like about KDE is the options. It is powerful and rich. In this post, I will show you how to customize your windows buttons.

Linux Has Come Far -- In One Case, Maybe Too Far

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Linux

ofb.biz: The free software movement, which in many respects means the Linux operating system, is a puzzle to those accustomed to paying for things. Software is expensive stuff — how good can the stuff be if it doesn’t cost anything?

KDE Masters of the Universe

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Linux
  • KDE and the Masters of the Universe – 2010-05-21
  • Linux Outlaws 150 - Linux Cloudlaws

Rekonq: A Quick Glance At Kubuntu Next Default Browser

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Software

maketecheasier.com: The talk of the town is that the next version of Kubuntu will have a new default browser, replacing Konqueror, the longtime KDE favorite.

Plasma Netbook 4.5

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notmart.org: So, it was pretty a long time since the last time I blogged about the KDE Plasma Netbook project... what's going on on that? you wanna videos?, you'll get videos Smile

Is GNOME or KDE Better for New Users?

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Software

earthweb.com: Before Ubuntu became such a hit, many high-profile Linux distributions favored the KDE desktop environment over GNOME. Yet is KDE indeed the more “useable” desktop for the majority of users – particularly new ones?

Akademy 2010: Aaron Seigo Interview

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Interviews

kdenews.org: In about 6 weeks the biggest yearly gathering of the KDE community starts in Tampere. To give you all a little taste of Akademy 2010, Guillermo Amaral interviewed Aaron Seigo and asked him about his keynote.

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