Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 17th Feb 2006 20:15 UTC
KDE Developers on the projects expected to make up the next major version of the K Desktop Environment want KDE 4 to offer features and software interaction beyond what is available now, and better, easier access for users to their files and information. Among the ideas are universally available personal information and a desktop that is tailored for and responds to the things users do most. Ian Geiser, a KDE developer and official US representative for the KDE project, says KDE 4 will most likely be released in late 2006, though internal debate could push the release back to early 2007.
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RE[2]: KDE-free KDE?
by werfu on Sat 18th Feb 2006 03:15 UTC in reply to "RE: KDE-free KDE?"
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"I'd personally like to see AmaroK running on Windows, it's my favourite audio player ever and hopefully someday'll be ported." - Same thing here, it's simply the best music player ever.

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