Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 16th Jan 2009 11:25 UTC
KDE The KDE project has released the first release candidate for KDE 4.2. "The KDE Community today announced the immediate availability of "Cilense", (a.k.a. KDE 4.2 Release Candidate), the only planned release candidate for the KDE 4.2 desktop. Cilense is aimed at testers and reviewers. It should provide a solid ground to report last-minute bugs that need to be tackled before KDE 4.2.0 is released. Reviewers can use this release candidate to get a first look at the upcoming KDE 4.2 desktop which provides significant improvements all over the desktop and applications. It is not recommended for everyday use, however."
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by Jason Bourne on Mon 19th Jan 2009 02:25 UTC
Jason Bourne
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Setec, yes, you are right, GNOME was not dropped because of UI but because of what you said... the heavy work load, I myself would have dropped it. I understand your view on the desktop concept, I may reply this later, because right now I have my wife talking & talking at my ears, I can't do both things. LOL

Oh, I still find very irritating that I have to install almost the entire KDE3 to have K3b working! I think KDE3 should do the move to KDE4 just like KDE2 did to KDE3. Smooth.

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