internetnews.com: KDE 3.3 Makes Linux More Collaborative
Aug 20, 2004, 20:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The open source KDE Project has upped the stakes for desktop
Linux with the latest version of its desktop platform KDE 3.3,
which was released Thursday.
"KDE is a core Linux desktop platform and the default desktop
technology in a number of Linux distributions including Linspire,
Lycoris, Mandrake Linux, SUSE Linux, TurboLinux and Xandros.
"It's also included as a desktop choice in virtually all other
mainstream Linux distributions like Red Hat Enterprise Linux,
Fedora Core, Gentoo and Debian. KDE lays claim to being one of the
first Linux desktop platforms since the project first began back in
1997. The other principal desktop Linux Platform GNOME, released
its most recent version at the end of March..."