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The G:Standard 3.0.rc01 (2.9.90) is Released

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"In the past it was called as GoblinX and later as GoblinX Standard. In order to dismiss doubt about the releases and follow the same criteria used for all distributions (editions) of the GoblinX Project it became simply G:Standard.

"In the past the GoblinX Standard included five windows managers and also support for five languages, but G:Standard is now the KDE distribution of our project, and because the limited space it includes only the default engligh language. In the future the distribution which will replace G:Standard when we finally start the new project will not anymore be a livecd, instead it will be a livedvd. If you need another language you need to download the respective package in our repository inside kdei folder."

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