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Release Schedule

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Issue #74, Section #2 (22 Jan 2004: KOffice's Release Coordination [koffice-devel])
Issue #68, Section #6 (16 Nov 2003: KDE 3.2 Schedule Altered [kde-core-devel, kde-devel, kde-i18n-doc])
Issue #46, Section #8 (2002/11/26: Service for KOffice 1.2)
Issue #40, Section #5 (9 Jul 2002: KDE-Edu Feature Plan)
Issue #39, Section #3 (18 Jun 2002: KDE 3.1 Release Schedule)
Issue #36, Section #11 (15 Mar 2002: The Path Forward: RC3 and Then ... ?)
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 #4 (7 Dec 2001: Where For Art Thou, Beta1?)
Issue #26, Section #8 (23 Nov 2001: KDE3beta1 Delayed)
Issue #25, Section #8 (9 Nov 2001: KDE3 Features Plan)
Issue #19, Section #2 (3 Aug 2001: The Road Ahead Includes a New Release Manager)
Issue #14, Section #7 (15 Jun 2001: KDE2.2beta1 Freeze)
Issue #10, Section #11 (17 May 2001: KDE 2.2beta1 Code Freeze)
Issue #6, Section #6 (13 Apr 2001: KDE 2.2 Alpha 1)
Issue #5, Section #3 (6 Apr 2001: KDE 2.2beta1 Round Up)
Issue #4, Section #1 (31 Mar 2001: KDE 2.1.1 Release)
Issue #1, Section #8 (10 Mar 2001: 2.1.1 Release Schedule)
Issue #1, Section #9 (10 Mar 2001: KDE 2.2 Release Schedule and the Fast Pace of Releases)
Issue #1, Section #10 (10 Mar 2001: KDevelop Roadmap)
Issue #1, Section #11 (10 Mar 2001: Release Schedule for KOffice 1.1)

 

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