"Every year, during the summer holidays, I regularly download
the source code of the new version of KDE desktop that is in the
works and compile and test it. If any bugs are found I report them
and from time to time I also make some feature suggestions. When
the feature and message freeze comes into effect I also start
helping with translation into Slovenian language. This year is no
exception, in most parts. One of the differences is that now I'm
testing on two computers: 32-bit Athlon 1200 MHz (with Mandriva
Linux 2006 beta installed and GCC 4.0.1) and a much faster 64-bit
Athlon 64 3000+ (Gentoo Linux and GCC 3.4.4). It is always good to
have things tested on as many platforms as possible. Another change
is that this year I've decided to post previews of and experiences
with development version of KDE on this blog. I'll try to put up as
many screenshots as possible so that everyone can see what is
coming in the future..."
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