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LinuxPR: KDE and CMU Sphinx--to Headquarter Development on SourceForge

Feb 08, 2000, 20:57 (0 Talkback[s])

"State-of-the-Art Open Source Projects Advance "User Interface" Technology in Graphical Desktop Environments and Speech Recognition."

"VA Linux announced that KDE, a leading graphical desktop environment for Linux and UNIX workstations, and CMU Sphinx, an advanced speech recognition system for Linux and other platforms, have decided to center their Open Source development activity on SourceForge[tm]."

"SourceForge, the world's largest Open Source development center, is designed to help Open Source projects such as KDE and CMU Sphinx accelerate development and create better software by consolidating development efforts, information and user feedback. Since its debut on January 4, 2000, SourceForge has grown rapidly at a rate of over 30 percent per week, with over 1,750 Open Source projects and more than 10,500 registered users."

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