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Old 08-31-2007, 12:00 AM   #1
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LXer: KDE4: Revolution or Hype?

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Yesterday, in a press inquiry which ended up in my mailbox (as most KDE press inquiries do), I got asked wether KDE4 will be a revolution, or if it's just a hype. While there certainly is quite a hype around KDE4, the answer is not quite so simple. Let me try to explain. The Free Desktop and KDE have come a long way during the last years. There have been various huge changes in KDE's social structure, in it's infrastructure and of course in the sourcecode itself. I've split this into three different areas where I think a shift in paradigm has taken place.



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