KDE 4.0.0 tagged in preparation for release

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| The official release is planned for later this month and we will be attending
| the official release party at Google HQ in Mountain View to give you an
| inside scoop. We also plan to have a comprehensive KDE 4.0 review for you on
| the front page of Ars.
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http://arstechnica.com/journals/linu...on-for-release

Get KDE 4.0 Release counter for your website

http://www.openguru.com/2008/01/03/g...-your-website/

talking bluntly

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| Meme 1: What is the future of 3.5?
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| This year, as with most years since KDE3 emerged, there have been huge
| deployments of KDE 3 based software. These deployments will not shift for
| years to come, no matter what KDE4 is. This is because large institutional
| deployments (government, corporate, educational, etc) typically have 3-7 year
| cycles (sometimes even longer) between major changes. Patches and security
| fixes? Sure. Major revamps? No. This alone ensures that KDE3 will remain
| supported for years. Why? Because there are users.
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http://aseigo.blogspot.com/2008/01/talking-bluntly.html

In other KDE news:

KDE to Appear at SCALE 6x

http://dot.kde.org/1199533255/

QtCentre - Providing Answers for Two Years

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| Two years ago the QtCentre site was launched. The goal was to provide the
| leading forum on the internet for encouraging the exchange of Qt experience
| and to provide a meeting point to the community. The response to this has
| been beyond our wildest expectations - all thanks to all our visitors and
| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
| contributors.
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http://dot.kde.org/1199494787/


Related:

KDE4 is Very Attractive

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| KDE4 will be a big step towards an enterprise software business based on free
| software. The software on the big servers is there already, the desktop is
| next. - kdedevelopers blogs *
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http://linux.wordpress.com/2007/08/0...ry-attractive/


I have been playing with KDE lately.

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| You know what though? Don’t tell Gnome, but KDE seems to be a little bit
| bouncier, springier and responsive. KDE seems to let me pick and choose my
| experience just a little bit more. *
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http://writelarge.com/lj/2007/08/21/...th-kde-lately/