"A lot has happened with KDE since the last beta. The developers
have been extra productive, thanks mostly to having the opportunity
to work together face-to-face. For ten days a collection of core
KDE developers met in Trysil, Norway. The main purpose of the
meeting was to fix as many KDE 2 bugs as possible and to make any
important changes in functionality, appearance, and behaviour."
"The feedback from the early betas of KDE 2.0 has been
incredible. Bug reports don't sound very pleasant, but there's
nothing developers like better. Thanks to the efforts of all those
who have tested previous betas, KDE 2.0 is now more stable,
efficient, coherent and consistent than ever before."
"Listing all the fixes that have been made since the last beta
on this page would be dull, so instead we present a summary of
changes that may interest the user and a few (important) notes for
developers. Rest assured that we have worked most on improving
stability, so if the list of changes presented here doesn't
impress, you should find that the improvements in stability are
reason enough to upgrade. No-one likes working at a desk with
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