Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 23rd Jan 2008 22:08 UTC
KDE The KDE desktop environment is going cross-platform with support for the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. In addition to porting the core KDE libraries and applications, developers are also porting popular KDE-based software like the Amarok audio player and the KOffice productivity suite.
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by Gorgak on Thu 24th Jan 2008 13:07 UTC
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Bringing free software to proprietary systems isn't just about converting people to free software.

It's often touted that open development brings us better software. And guess what; it's true! Hence, being able to use free software on prop. systems isn't just about convincing people that free software is a viable alternative - it's also important (to me, at least, already a free software "convert" for a long time) that even if I've chosen a prop. operating sytem for whatever reason, I can still use the software that I like.

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