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    All your kdebase3 belong to every dist but us.
    by Anonymous on Sunday, May 12 @ 08:27:50 BST

    Yet another rant about the lack of KDE3 (and XF4.2) for unstable. Seems things have gotten pretty quiet around here about this topic (or it’s been hushed up). Does anyone have the latest status on these projects? How does it run on other dists? What’s the vibe from those with experience? Yet another rant about the lack of KDE3 (and XF4.2) for unstable. Seems things have gotten pretty quiet around here about this topic (or it’s been hushed up). Does anyone have the latest status on these projects? How does it run on other dists? What’s the vibe from those with experience? Rob: I think what Daniel meant to say was that you should look here, for full details. And as far as XFree86 4.2 is concerned Branden is working very hard to create a stable, high quality implementation of XFree86 4.1 for woody. For details, read this.

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