"Coinciding with the start of the LinuxWorld Expo here in New
York, the KDE Team has announced today that KDE 2.1-beta2 is ready
for your enjoyment. The attached press release goes into the
details (and I can't help but throw in this cool screenshot of the
new Konqueror splash page), and lists a number of pre-compiled
packages. This all in prelude to the scheduled release of KDE 2.1
in mid-February. So what are you waiting for -- startcha
"This is the last planned beta release before the scheduled
release of KDE 2.1 on February 19, 2001. KDE 2.1 offers a number of
additions, enhancements and fixes over KDE 2.0.1, the last stable
KDE release which shipped on December 5, 2000."
"KDE 2.1-beta2 includes the core KDE libraries, the core desktop
environment, 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. In addition, this release includes the development
packages KDevelop, Bindings, an SDK and Documentation. KOffice is
not included in this release."
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