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Netrunner 16 Screencast and Screenshots
Netrunner 16 Screencast:
Clemens Toennies has announced the release of Netrunner 16, a Kubuntu-based Linux distribution featuring the KDE Plasma 5.3 desktop:
"This is the release announcement of Netrunner 16 Main Edition (Ozymandias) 64-bit. 'Why Ozymandias?' you might ask? Here is how it goes: I met a traveler from an antique land... And he told that there once was a mighty king in the land of ancient desktops, called KDE - The King of DEsktops! And though the name and places have changed, its stories are still told and memories recalled. As it is known, there comes a point in time, where all things present must become a thing of the past to make way for the new and shiny. Much like sand exposed to heat is transformed into something new called silicon, Plasma was formed out of the building blocks of its ancestor KDE 4. And so the old king is back – in its new incarnation called Plasma Desktop 5! The Plasma Desktop carries all the DNA of its predecessor and moulds it into something new - a thing of the future, for the next generation to come."