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Welcome to KDE Traffic

This newsletter covers the KDE development mailing lists. The goal of KDE Traffic is to provide a timely record of the events that highlight KDE development. In an attempt to be as thorough as possible, this newsletter covers a total of ten different email lists used to facilitate various aspects of KDE development.

For those not familiar with the KDE project, please visit for more information regarding this exciting project that is helping to propel Unix (including Linux, *BSD, Solaris and Tru64) towards being a viable desktop option for the average computer user.

KDE Traffic is maintained by Henrique Pinto. Enjoy!







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