Tuesday, September 20, 2005

My "Improving KDE" patches on Kubuntu

A few minutes ago, a friend of mine (aka Etrunko) came with me, after upgrading his kubuntu installation, with some great news. Some of my patches, also called "Improving KDE" where integrated within Kubuntu breezy. I made these patches a loooong time ago, and I was almost forgetting about them. Maybe now, i can find some time to improve and who knows port them to kde 3.5.

Kubuntu rocks ;)

1 comment:

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