"The KDE Team today announced
the release of KDE 2.0.1, a powerful, modular, Internet-enabled
desktop. KDE 2.0.1 is a translation and bug-fix release and follows
six weeks after the release of KDE 2.0, which constitutes the next
generation of the award-winning KDE 1
series. KDE is the work product of hundreds of dedicated developers
originating from over 30 countries."
"The primary goals of the 2.0.1 release are to improve
documentation and provide additional language translations for the
user interface. As a result of the dedicated efforts of hundreds of
translators, KDE 2 is now available in 33 languages and dialects,
including the addition of Japanese in this release. Code
development is currently focused on the branch that will lead to
KDE 2.1, scheduled for release in first quarter 2001, so only a few
significant code fixes and improvements are included in this
release. A list of
these changes and a FAQ about the release are
available at the KDE website."
"KDE 2.0.1 includes the core KDE libraries, the core desktop
environment, the KOffice suite, as well as the over 100
applications from the other standard base KDE packages:
Administration, Games, Graphics, Multimedia, Network, Personal
Information Management (PIM), Toys and Utilities."
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