GNOME 2.20

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| The 19th of September will be a special day for two reasons:
| - It's my birthday
| - GNOME 2.20 will be released

KDE 4: The Shiny New Linux (and Windows) Desktop

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| Due to be released on December 11th, KDE 4.0 is bringing exhilarating
| graphical, usability, and functionality improvements to the Unix-like systems
| it is designed for—and Windows users will get a taste, too.

KDE on Windows will ease the migration to Linux (DE for a gradual switch, not
just open source apps).

Indian translation is already available:

Hindi Localization of KDE4 project accepted


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 *

Open Source Developers Calling for the Next Desktop Revolution

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| During his opening speech at the GNOME Developers conference GUADEC Jono
| Bacon, community manager for the Ubuntu distribution, called for a common
| vision inside the project, an area in which the project as a whole is
| currently lacking. * *

10 Ideas to Improve GNOME

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| We love GNOME. Sometime around 2.6 it started becoming really, really damned
| good, and a lot faster and more responsive. All kinds of nice things like
| Network Manager, the Nautilus CD burner and the SFTP support popped up. It
| helps that most major Linux apps like like Firefox, Evolution, GAIM, and
| OpenOffice use the same toolkit and themes too. Obviously we’re not alone *
| either: Ubuntu, RHEL and SuSE all use GNOME by default. * *
| Here’s a bunch of ideas to improve it.

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.