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ZDNet: Linux Lab Looks to Bridge Dueling Interfaces

“The Open Source Developer Labs is previewing work that attempts
to make life easier for software companies by bridging GNOME and
KDE, the two competing graphical interfaces most widely used with
Linux.

“The effort, called Project Portland, began showing its first
software tools on Tuesday in conjunction with this week’s
LinuxWorld Conference and Expo here. Using them, a software company
can write a single software package that works using either of the
prevailing graphical interfaces…”

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