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Rob Kaper

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Issue #75, Section #4 (27 Feb 2004: KDE's Future [kde-core-devel])
Issue #68, Section #5 (16 Nov 2003: Deeper freeze [kde-core-devel])
Issue #68, Section #6 (16 Nov 2003: KDE 3.2 Schedule Altered [kde-core-devel, kde-devel, kde-i18n-doc])
Issue #66, Section #1 (4 Oct 2003: kdesupport is dead, long live kdesupport?)
Issue #65, Section #14 (29 Sep 2003: kde-cvs mailinglist reorganization)
Issue #64, Section #10 (7 Sep 2003: Software patent protest participation)
Issue #40, Section #2 (9 Jul 2002: Atlantik with New Arts)
Issue #40, Section #8 (9 Jul 2002: KDE Extra Gear: New CVS Module Populated)
Issue #38, Section #3 (4 Jun 2002: KDE to Speak Klingon)
Issue #36, Section #7 (15 Mar 2002: Tracking What's Left To Do For KDE 3.0)
Issue #30, Section #1 (11 Jan 2002: Features List For KDE 3.1 Being Assembled)
Issue #29, Section #5 (4 Jan 2002: Icon Server A No Go)
Issue #28, Section #6 (7 Dec 2001: Writing User Oriented Messages)
Issue #20, Section #3 (10 Aug 2001: KIOSlaves for SCP and SFTP)
Issue #19, Section #4 (3 Aug 2001: Possible Directions For KConfig in KDE 30)
Issue #18, Section #4 (20 Jul 2001: The Road Ahead: KDE after 2.2)
Issue #16, Section #4 (29 Jun 2001: Competing Monopoly Games)
Issue #15, Section #1 (22 Jun 2001: Mosfet's code is dead, long live Mosfet's code!)
Issue #13, Section #7 (8 Jun 2001: Flash support for Konqueror/Embedded)
Issue #11, Section #7 (25 May 2001: KDE Games Network)
Issue #10, Section #9 (17 May 2001: New Console App Menu)
Issue #8, Section #5 (27 Apr 2001: Organizing KDE Games)

 

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