Linked by David Adams on Thu 29th Jul 2010 17:44 UTC, submitted by Debjit
Graphics, User Interfaces KDE SC 4.5 is about to be released and KDE SC 4.6 is being discussed. However, Martin Graesslin has revealed some details about what they are planning for KDE 4.7. According to Martin's blog post, they are looking at OpenGL 3.0 to provide the compositing effects in KDE SC 4.7. OpenGL 3.0 provides support for frame buffer objects, hardware instancing, vertex array objects, and sRGB framebuffers. Read more here
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Slightly OT, but it might be of interest
by lemur2 on Fri 30th Jul 2010 03:28 UTC
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KDE 4.5 is due to be released in the very near future.

Here are some screenshots for anyone who might be interested:

I found KDE 4.5 RC2 a lot more stable than I expected it to be(for a testing version). Though there are not as many ‘new’ features as usually there are with a major KDE release,the amount of stability is very impressive. This version will surely succeed in silencing the Kritics who are still calling KDE 4 slow,buggy and hard to use. Also when it comes to usability, devs have paid attention to those ‘little things’ which matter. KDE 4.5 is surely the desktop of the future, in case you haven’t switched what are you waiting for?

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