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KDE 3

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Issue #41, Section #3 (23 Jul 2002: MMB opens in new tab)
Issue #36, Section #6 (15 Mar 2002: RC2 Released)
Issue #36, Section #7 (15 Mar 2002: Tracking What's Left To Do For KDE 3.0)
Issue #36, Section #10 (15 Mar 2002: Transitioning to the New Addressbook)
Issue #36, Section #11 (15 Mar 2002: The Path Forward: RC3 and Then ... ?)
Issue #34, Section #1 (1 Mar 2002: Designed to make you want it: Project Crystal)
Issue #34, Section #4 (1 Mar 2002: The Near Future of aRts)
Issue #33, Section #2 (22 Feb 2002: Animated GIFs and Performance)
Issue #33, Section #6 (22 Feb 2002: KMail Configuration Migration)
Issue #32, Section #6 (15 Feb 2002: Making KDE Thumbnails Comply To Standards)
Issue #31, Section #5 (20 Jan 2002: What Should Be Done in 3.0? What Should Be Left for 3.1?)
Issue #30, Section #1 (11 Jan 2002: Features List For KDE 3.1 Being Assembled)
Issue #28, Section #2 (7 Dec 2001: SVG and KDE3)
Issue #28, Section #4 (7 Dec 2001: Where For Art Thou, Beta1?)
Issue #28, Section #7 (7 Dec 2001: KDE 2 & 3 - And the weapon of choice)
Issue #27, Section #2 (30 Nov 2001: Desktop Icons: Be Gone! (Optionally))
Issue #27, Section #3 (30 Nov 2001: KAccel Gets Attention)
Issue #26, Section #6 (23 Nov 2001: KDE-Edu heading towards KDE 3.0)
Issue #26, Section #8 (23 Nov 2001: KDE3beta1 Delayed)
Issue #25, Section #7 (9 Nov 2001: Proofreading Strings For KDE3)
Issue #25, Section #8 (9 Nov 2001: KDE3 Features Plan)
Issue #23, Section #3 (26 Oct 2001: BiDi Widgets: Close But Not Yet)
Issue #23, Section #6 (26 Oct 2001: Multiple Sent Mail Folders in KMail)
Issue #23, Section #8 (26 Oct 2001: Multimedia for KDE3.0)
Issue #21, Section #10 (24 Aug 2001: S/MIME Support for KDE3)
Issue #21, Section #12 (24 Aug 2001: Breaking Binary Compatibility on Fridays)
Issue #21, Section #14 (24 Aug 2001: EMail List for KDE3 Users)
Issue #19, Section #2 (3 Aug 2001: The Road Ahead Includes a New Release Manager)
Issue #18, Section #4 (20 Jul 2001: The Road Ahead: KDE after 2.2)

 

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