Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 27th Nov 2008 21:45 UTC, submitted by lemur2
KDE The KDE team has released the first beta of KDE 4.2, slated for release coming January. Quite a lot of new features have been added, as well as lots of bug fixes and performance improvements. This release also makes a lot of strides to feature parity with KDE 3.x, by adding those small little features that KDE 3.x users are barely aware of, but which were missed in KDE 4.0/4.1, such as taskbar grouping, multiple rows in the taskbar, panel auto-hiding, a traditional icon desktop through 'full-screen' foderview, and so on.
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RE[5]: Disappointment
by shevegen on Sun 30th Nov 2008 01:38 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Disappointment"
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So who cares.

People who are young should stop using dumb distributions like debian, ubuntu or opensuse.

Seriously. Adopt Gentoo, Archlinux, Gobolinux or if you want to go more mainstream simply ABANDON ANY _BIG_ DISTRIBUTION THAT IS UNABLE TO KEEP UP WITH DEVELOPERS OF BIG SOFTWARE PROJECTS LIKE KDE.

I will never understand why people be so dependent on distributions who in return often go their own ways, causing confusion.

Everyone read tuomov rants. He is not always correct, and he is too aggressive, but he has some rock-solid points which are entirely accurate.

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